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112 TDOT Documents and Tools TDOT Quick Clear MOU: is MOU is by and between TDOT, the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, county/city law enforcement, and re and rescue agencies (city/county agencies). e MOU establishes a policy for the Tennessee Highway Patrol, TDOT, and city/county agencies to expedite the removal of vehicles, cargo, and debris from roadways on the state highway system (roadways) to restore the safe and orderly ow of trac following a motor vehicle crash or incident. A P P E N D I X A

TDOT Documents and Tools 113   1 OPEN ROADS POLICY State of Tennessee "OPEN ROADS POLICY" Quick Clearance for Safety and Mobility Between the Tennessee Department of Transportation, Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, and Tennessee Counties and Cities This Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by and between the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT), the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security (TDOSHS), County/City Law Enforcement and Fire and Rescue Agencies (City/County Agencies), establishes a policy for the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP), TDOT, City/County Agencies to expedite the removal of vehicles, cargo, and debris from roadways on the State Highway System (roadways) to restore, in an URGENT MANNER the safe and orderly flow of traffic following a motor vehicle crash or incident on Tennessee's roadways. This MOU supersedes the 2012 Interagency Agreement on the Urgent Clearance of Highway Incidents signed on 2/16/12, and the previous Open Roads Policy agreement signed by TDOT and the TDOSHS on 10/12/2012. This MOU represents the consolidation and advancement of these previous agreements. Whereas: Public safety is the highest priority and must be maintained especially when injuries or hazardous materials are involved. The quality of life in the State of Tennessee is heavily dependent upon the free movement of people, vehicles, and commerce. THP, TDOT, and City/County Agencies share the responsibility for achieving and maintaining the degree of order necessary to make this free movement possible. THP, TDOT, and City /County Agencies have the responsibility to do whatever is reasonable to reduce the risk to responders, secondary crashes, and delays associated with incidents, crashes, roadway maintenance, construction, and enforcement activities. The following operating standards are based on the philosophy that the State Highway System will not be closed or restricted any longer than is absolutely necessary. Be it resolved: Roadways will be cleared of damaged vehicles, spilled cargo, and debris as soon as it is safe to do so. It is understood that damage to vehicles or cargo may occur as a result of clearing the roadway on an urgent basis. While reasonable attempts to avoid such damage shall be taken, the highest priority is restoring traffic to normal conditions. Incident caused congestion has an enormous cost to society. This cost is significantly greater than the salvage value of an already damaged vehicle and its cargo.

114 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management 2 Tennessee Hig hway P atrol R esponsibilities Members of the THP who respond to the scene of traffic incidents will make clearing the travel portion of the roadway a high priority. When an investigation is required, it will be conducted in as expedient a manner as possible considering the severity of the collision. Non-critical portions of the investigation may be delayed until lighter traffic conditions allow the completion of those tasks. The THP will only close those lanes absolutely necessary to conduct the investigation safely. Whenever practical, crashes on access controlled roadways will be removed to exit ramps, accident investigation sites or other safe areas for completion of investigations. In the enforcement of state laws and regulations, TDOSHS will try to minimize the impacts on traffic, especially during peak commuting periods, and will not block or restrict lanes except as necessary for safety or critical investigations. THP will coordinate with TDOT representatives to set up appropriate traffic control, establish alternate routes, expedite the safe movement of traffic trapped at the scene, and restore the roadway to normal as soon as possible. Tow trucks will be requested as soon as it is evident that they will be needed to clear the roadway. The THP will assure that all authorized tow operators have met established competency levels and that the equipment is of appropriate size, capacity and design meeting the standards for the State of Tennessee to clear the travel portions of the roadway within 90 minutes, unless extenuating circumstances exist such as the presence of hazardous materials, serious bodily injury or a fatality. The THP will not unnecessarily cause the delay in reopening all or part of a roadway to allow a company to dispatch their own equipment to off-load cargo or recover a vehicle or load that is impacting traffic during peak traffic hours or creating a hazard to the public. The THP and TDOT will cooperate in planning and implementing clearance operations in the most safe and expeditious manner. The THP will encourage and assist other emergency responders in clearing incident scenes as soon as possible after their respective duties have been performed so as to reduce distractions for motorists and restore the roadway to normal operating conditions. The THP will support the deployment of the National Traffic Incident Management Training Program in Tennessee, and include information about safe and efficient traffic incident management and urgent clearance of roadways in the training provided by the TDOSHS Training Academy. Tennessee Department of Transportation R esponsibilities When requested by the THP or City/County Agencies, TDOT will respond and deploy resources to major traffic incidents 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Each TDOT District will develop and implement response procedures to meet the goal of providing initial traffic control within 60 minutes of notification at all times within the district. TDOT will dispatch HELP trucks to incident scenes within the areas served by the HELP program. Whenever possible, TDOT will also dispatch HELP trucks outside of the normal service areas when requested by TDOSHS. TDOT will also dispatch "Protect the Queue" (PTQ) vehicles when queue lengths from the primary incident are expected to exceed one quarter(¼) mile or at the request of TDOSHS or HELP Operators.

TDOT Documents and Tools 115   3 TDOT, in cooperation with the THP, will determine and deploy the necessary heavy equipment and manpower to reopen the roadway if clearance of the travel lanes are being delayed or is determined that the task is beyond the capabilities of the wrecker service on scene. If cargo or non- hazardous spilled loads are involved, TDOT will make every effort to assist in the relocation of the materials in the shortest possible time, using whatever equipment necessary. All such materials or any vehicles relocated by TDOT will be moved as short a distance as possible to eliminate the traffic hazard. TDOT personnel will document all hours and equipment used for traffic control, roadway clearance, and debris clean up. TDOT will place traffic control devices at the scene should any damaged vehicles or cargo remain adjacent to the travel lanes on the shoulder for removal at a later time. When requested, TDOT will assist in establishing temporary detours and associated traffic control. TDOT will work to provide a way for traffic caught in an extended closure to exit the controlled access highway safely to an alternate route. TDOT will install and maintain reference markers, signs and other FHWA- approved markings as requested by TODSHS to allow quicker location of incidents and to facilitate investigation and reporting of incidents. This includes enhanced (every 0.2 mile) mile markers on all Interstate Highways. TDOT will strive to minimize the traffic impacts of highway construction and maintenance and will consult with TODSHS about ways to accomplish that objective. TDOT will advise TODSHS as far in advance as possible of all construction and maintenance activities that may have a significant impact on traffic flow and safety along state highways. L ocal L aw E nforcement, F ire and R escue Department R esponsibilities Members of City/County Agencies who respond to the scene of traffic incidents will make clearing the travel portion of the roadway a high priority. When investigating an incident, the investigation will be conducted in as expedient a manner as possible considering the severity of the collision (serious injuries, fatality, or hazardous materials). City/County Agencies will close only those lanes absolutely necessary to safely conduct the fire /rescue operations. City/County Agencies will coordinate with TDOT representatives to set up appropriate traffic control, establish alternate routes, expedite the safe movement of traffic trapped at the scene, and restore the roadway to normal conditions as soon as possible. As soon as TDOT has set up appropriate traffic control for the safety of the responders and travelers, City/County Agencies will move any fire/rescue apparatus or vehicles initially used to shield responders to appropriate areas. A ll A g encies Shared R esponsibilities: Agencies will work together at incident scenes to promote urgent clearance, safety or motorists and emergency responders, and thorough investigations as required by the circumstances. Initial Incident Command will be established by the first responder arriving on the scene of an incident in accordance with the protocols and procedures of the NIMS.

116 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management 4 Agencies understand that additional damage to vehicles or cargo may occur as the result of clearing the roadway on an urgent basis. The priority is treatment and recovery of injured parties, public and responder safety, and restoring the roadway to normal conditions as soon as possible. Agencies will carry out the processes and procedures for removal of vehicles, spilled cargo, or other personal property as outlined in TCA § 5 4-1 6-1 1 3 . Agencies will position emergency equipment at incident scenes to minimize the impacts on traffic flow and to avoid blocking or restricting lanes unnecessarily. F urther, the parties will coordinate the use of emergency lights at incident scenes, as practical and consistent with on-scene safety, to minimize distractions to motorists. The parties will also encourage other emergency responders to position their equipment accordingly and practice light discipline. F or incidents involving hazardous materials, agencies will work together with TEMA, fire services, and other responsible agencies. Once public safety has been assured, the priority will shift to opening one lane of travel and restoring the roadway to full capacity as soon as possible. TDOT and TDOSHS will work together to ensure that safe and efficient traffic incident management and urgent clearance of roadways is part of the training provided for all law enforcement, fire and emergency medical services, rescue squads, towing and recovery operators, and other incident responders in Tennessee through supporting the National Traffic Incident Management Training Program. TDOT, TDOSHS, local responders, and other agencies as needed, will conduct after action review (AAR ) meetings as early as possible for incidents involving the long term closure of Tennessee highways as agreed upon by the relevant responding partners. The intent of these AAR meetings is not to assign blame for failures, but to seek to learn how process improvements can be made together to support the quick clearance of incidents. Agencies will advise their personnel of this Agreement and promote implementation at every level of their organizations through established channels and protocol. TDOT will distribute advisory memorandums to personnel in Headquarters, R egions, Districts and County Offices. Therefore, it is ag reed as follows: The THP, TDOT, and City/County Agencies, will evaluate and continually update and modify their operating policies, procedures, rules, and standards to assure they are consistent with this "OPEN ROADS POLICY" MOU . The THP, TDOT, and City/County Agencies, will research, evaluate and conduct training in the most advanced technologies, equipment, and approved methods for the documentation and investigation of crash or incident scenes. THP and City /County Agencies will prioritize the investigative tasks and reopen travel lanes upon completion of tasks that must be conducted , without the impediment of traffic flowing. R oadways will be cleared as soon as possible. It is the goal of THP, TDOT, and City/County Agencies that all incidents be cleared from the roadway within 90 minutes of the arrival of the first responding officer. This goal is being made with the understanding that a more complex

TDOT Documents and Tools 117   4 Agencies understand that additional damage to vehicles or cargo may occur as the result of clearing the roadway on an urgent basis. The priority is treatment and recovery of injured parties, public and responder safety, and restoring the roadway to normal conditions as soon as possible. Agencies will carry out the processes and procedures for removal of vehicles, spilled cargo, or other personal property as outlined in TCA § 5 4-1 6-1 1 3 . Agencies will position emergency equipment at incident scenes to minimize the impacts on traffic flow and to avoid blocking or restricting lanes unnecessarily. F urther, the parties will coordinate the use of emergency lights at incident scenes, as practical and consistent with on-scene safety, to minimize distractions to motorists. The parties will also encourage other emergency responders to position their equipment accordingly and practice light discipline. F or incidents involving hazardous materials, agencies will work together with TEMA, fire services, and other responsible agencies. Once public safety has been assured, the priority will shift to opening one lane of travel and restoring the roadway to full capacity as soon as possible. TDOT and TDOSHS will work together to ensure that safe and efficient traffic incident management and urgent clearance of roadways is part of the training provided for all law enforcement, fire and emergency medical services, rescue squads, towing and recovery operators, and other incident responders in Tennessee through supporting the National Traffic Incident Management Training Program. TDOT, TDOSHS, local responders, and other agencies as needed, will conduct after action review (AAR ) meetings as early as possible for incidents involving the long term closure of Tennessee highways as agreed upon by the relevant responding partners. The intent of these AAR meetings is not to assign blame for failures, but to seek to learn how process improvements can be made together to support the quick clearance of incidents. Agencies will advise their personnel of this Agreement and promote implementation at every level of their organizations through established channels and protocol. TDOT will distribute advisory memorandums to personnel in Headquarters, R egions, Districts and County Offices. Therefore, it is ag reed as follows: The THP, TDOT, and City/County Agencies, will evaluate and continually update and modify their operating policies, procedures, rules, and standards to assure they are consistent with this "OPEN ROADS POLICY" MOU . The THP, TDOT, and City/County Agencies, will research, evaluate and conduct training in the most advanced technologies, equipment, and approved methods for the documentation and investigation of crash or incident scenes. THP and City /County Agencies will prioritize the investigative tasks and reopen travel lanes upon completion of tasks that must be conducted , without the impediment of traffic flowing. R oadways will be cleared as soon as possible. It is the goal of THP, TDOT, and City/County Agencies that all incidents be cleared from the roadway within 90 minutes of the arrival of the first responding officer. This goal is being made with the understanding that a more complex 5 scenario may require additional time for complete clearance. Incidents that extend beyond the 90 minute goal will be assessed every 30 minutes to determine an expected clearance time and reported to the appropriate communications center. The THP, TDOT, and City /County Agencies, will determine the well-being of motorists in the event of a lengthy traffic queue and /or roadway closure and provide assistance to motorists within the stopped traffic queue whenever possible. Agencies will meet periodically to discuss experiences with incident management and to work toward improvements. In addition to the AAR meeting described above, periodic working sessions will be held in each of the TDOT Region Offices with TDOSHS, TDOT, and other state and local agencies to discuss overall incident management and related issues. The goal will be to have a Regional TIM Taskforce (Workgroup) meeting quarterly in each of TDOT's four regions. It is further agreed that: The THP, TDOT, and City/County Agencies, will actively solicit and enlist other state, county, and local agencies, political subdivisions, industry groups, and professional associations to endorse and become party to this "OPEN ROADS POLICY" for the State of Tennessee. MOU Execution: Use of Counterpart Signature This MOU, and any amendments hereto may be simultaneously executed in multiple counterparts, each of which so executed shall be deemed to be an original, and such counterparts together shall constitute one and the same instrument. Notwithstanding any other provision herein to the contrary, this MOU shall constitute an agreement amongst the parties that have executed a counterpart and parties listed but not executing shall not be deemed to be parties to the MOU. In witness whereof, each party hereto has caused this document to be executed in its name and on its behalf by its duly authorized Chief Executive.

118 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management TDOT Roadway Design Checklist: e checklist is written to clearly dene features and text that will be shown on roadway sheets to ensure there is consistency throughout the state. CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST 9102/11/701-TSNOC County: Federal Project No.: P.E. No.: PIN: Description: Site Review Completion Date: TMP Completion Date: Submitted by Designer (TDOT or Consultant) Date: ALL ITEMS HAVE BEEN REVIEWED AND DETERMINED TO BE READY FOR FIELD REVIEW BY: Name of TDOT Supervisor/Manager: Date: Comments: Design Exceptions, Design Waivers, Work Zone Deviation? Note: If components of the plans were designed based off the AASHTO 2018 Green Book that would normally require a Design Exception if designed based off the AASHTO 2011 Green Book, it shall be noted on this sheet. If the posted speed is different than the design speed, note it here. This is important to include so that the standard drawings, particularly for multimodal designs, can be checked accordingly.

TDOT Documents and Tools 119   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST 9102/11/702-TSNOC

120 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 3 07/11/2019 The checklist is written to clearly define features and text that shall be shown on roadway sheets to ensure there is consistency throughout the state. The CADD Unit of the Roadway Design Division in correlation with a TDOT CADD Users Group consisting of Designers in all four regions defined the features that would display on each sheet type (present layout, proposed layout, etc.). This information can be found in the CADDV8 document. For further explanation of defined features, see CADDV8.pdf at link: https://www.tdot.tn.gov/PublicDocuments/%5CDesignDivision%5Cassistant_en gineer_design%5Cdesign%5Cv8%5CCADDV8.pdf To aid Designers in the creation of sheets and to ensure the correct features are shown on sheets, Sheet Level Filters are provided in MicroStation and are discussed within this checklist for applicable sheets. The Designer shall not turn on levels for features at the request of others. Information for each sheet shall be filled in correctly in the upper right corner including TYPE (CONST.), CURRENT YEAR, FEDERAL PROJECT NUMBER, STATE PROJECT NUMBER, and SHEET NUMBER. PPRM shall be checked for possible changes to project numbers prior to construction field review and construction submittal. Sheet scales for all sheets is set by the seed file used to create that sheet.  Seed2d or 3D yields an active scale of 1” = 50’. This is used for Present, R.O.W. Details, Proposed, Erosion Control, Traffic Control and other similar sheets.  English General Notes, Index and Standard Drawings, and other similar sheets yield an active scale of 1” = 1’.  Property map scales shall never be smaller than 1:200.  Drainage map scales shall never be smaller than 1:200.  SeedXS yields an active scale of 1” = 10’. Some 2nd sheets like Ditch Details or Typical Section sheets are not drawn to scale but shall still use an approved sheet border. All sheets shall be signed for final construction submittal except cross section sheets. See digital signature sheet workflow for more information.

TDOT Documents and Tools 121   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 4 07/11/2019 SIGNATURE SHEET 1. ROADWAY-SIGN1 A signature sheet shall be used for engineers to digitally sign the plan set. An index of sheets should be below each signature listing the sheets that the engineer is responsible for the design. Refer to the Digital Signature Certification Workflow document for additional information. SHEET 1 SERIES 1. TITLE SHEET A MicroStation title sheet template is provided in both a seed file and sheet file. The original R.O.W. Title Sheet is sealed and submitted with the final submission of Construction plans and is sometimes re-sealed for R.O.W. revisions; therefore, there shall always be a R.O.W. Title Sheet and separate Construction Title Sheet. The same MicroStation file can be used and levels adjusted to create a Construction Title Sheet if there have been no CADD updates since the original R.O.W. sheet was made. All items listed below are in a data field or in a box with levels that can be turned on or off as needed. ☐ Adjacent construction projects labeled, if applicable, and noted if projects will be let together ☐ Add Phase Stamp (Construction Field Review, Constructability Review or Final Construction Plans Review). No phase stamp shall be placed on Construction plans submitted for Letting. ☐ Begin/End Construction project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Construction” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Bridge I.D. (s) identified above or below state map ☐ Chapter 86 toggled, Yes or No ☐ County or Counties filled in at top-middle of sheet ☐ Coverage of each present layout sheet on map with construction sheet number identified ☐ Design exception data table filled in if applicable ☐ Design traffic data table filled in/updated to current year and projected volumes ☐ Engineer’s seal with signature and date on Title Sheet for final Construction submittal ☐ GEOID note, check with regional survey for correct Geoid date/version ☐ Identification block in lower left hand corner completed with PE-D project number and label (Design) and PIN for project fill in Transportation Project Specialist Supervisor 2 (or Manager Title), Designer, and Checked by data fields. For consultant projects fill in CE Manager 1 or Transportation Manager, Designed by Consultant Firm, Designer (as applicable), and Checked By data fields ☐ Location map showing route to be improved, local roads, streams, railroads, and towns ☐ Map Scale ☐ No Exclusions block or Exclusions block with station ranges identified

122 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 5 07/11/2019 ☐ North arrow ☐ Project Description filled in under County/Counties. Description shall match PPRM including interstate, state route, or local road name and project limits with log mile(s). Type of work shall be changed to Construction and additional type of work identified (i.e. grade, drain, bridge, pave, sign, lighting, construction, etc.). Identify State Route and FAHS route numbers if applicable. ☐ R.O.W project length, roadway length, bridge length, box bridge length, and project length (truncate to three (3) decimals - no rounding). Project length may differ from R.O.W. length based on R.O.W. acquisition needs. ☐ Road closure note for traffic control if applicable ☐ “See Sheet No. 1A for Index” added in upper left corner ☐ Sheet title block in upper right corner filled in with current year, sheet number “1”, Federal Project Number (if applicable), and State Construction Project Number ☐ Signatures of Commissioner and Chief Engineer in signature block ☐ Survey date/update (mm/dd/yy format) ☐ Work Zone Significance toggled, Yes or No 1A. ROADWAY INDEX AND STANDARD ROADWAY DRAWINGS (1A2 for additional standard roadway drawings, if needed) ☐ Construction Index of sheets (See example in this document and Section 1-206.01 Construction Index of Sheets in the Roadway Design Guidelines for proper sequence and numbering of sheets) ☐ Project Commitments listed in index as sheet 1B. If there are no project commitments, include a note below the index of sheets that states “No project commitments sheet included in this plan set” ☐ Omitted Sheets: It is recommended that “I’s” and “O’s” are not used in sheet numbers. If any sheets are omitted, include a note below the index of sheets that states “sheet number 2-I and 2-O, not used” ☐ Standard Roadway Drawings listed (check for additional, omitted, or revised drawings including descriptions and dates as listed in current instructional bulletins) 1A3. STANDARD TRAFFIC OPERATIONS & STRUCTURE DRAWINGS (1A4 and 1A5 if needed) NOTE: Structures and Traffic Operations Standard Drawings shall be combined on one sheet unless there is a need for a second sheet. 1B. PROJECTS COMMITMENT ☐ Check for commitments in PPRM prior to Construction Field Review and again prior to Construction submittal. If a commitment is added after R.O.W. submittal, a R.O.W. revision shall be issued.

TDOT Documents and Tools 123   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 6 07/11/2019 SHEET 2 SERIES QUANTITIES All quantities shall be approved TDOT items, descriptions, and units as listed in the Items.dat file. See Chapter 1, Section 4 in the Roadway Design Guidelines for additional information. Other Divisions are responsible for creating their own estimated quantities sheet and including it in their plan set. 2. ESTIMATED ROADWAY QUANTITIES (2-1, 2-2 if needed) ☐ Check for removal item numbers (examples: pipes, GR, signs) ☐ Estimated Roadway Quantities Block with Item Number, Description, Unit and Quantity filled in from most recently updated Excel file ☐ Multiple quantity columns for 2 or more counties/project numbers ☐ Quantities checked to ensure all field review comments have been addressed ☐ Quantities on this sheet match totals from multiple tabulation blocks in plans ☐ Footnotes as specified in Roadway Design Guidelines for certain items. ☐ Footnotes (add for clarity such as placement, payment, or when used in multiple locations, etc., add to define when substitutions are acceptable, and add to identify maintenance schedules or cycles, etc.) Check against footnotes on other sheets in the “2” Series that contain tabulation blocks and other sheets in the plans, ESPC, Traffic Control, etc. ☐ Footnote “All Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Quantities are to be used as directed by the Engineer” ☐ Footnotes shall use numbers and be shown in numerical order. Letters from the alphabet shall not be used. If possible, when a footnote applies to several items such as erosion control, a bracket symbol can be used to show that one number applies to the entire group. ☐ Signing quantities provided by Regional Signing Designee (shall match tabulation blocks if shown on sheets sealed by appropriate Regional Signing Designee) 2A1. ESTIMATED BOX BRIDGE QUANTITIES ☐ Box and/or Bridge block with all information completed (also used for Slab) ☐ Standard Drawing numbers referenced in block included in Roadway Standard Drawings (sheet 1A, etc.) ☐ Information in block checked with culvert cross sections and proposed layout sheets 2B. TYPICAL SECTIONS AND PAVEMENT SCHEDULE (2B1-2B2, if needed) The following checks apply to tangent and superelevated sections for the mainline and all side roads. Each typical section shall reference appropriate Standard Drawings and be defined by name and station limits for tangent or superelevated sections. Names and station ranges shall match names and curve data shown in present layout and cross section sheets.

124 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 7 07/11/2019 ☐ Bridge typical section (if bridge typical differs from roadway such as additional width for future widening and/or contains sidewalks, then it shall be shown and labeled to match the bridge typical. If not, begin and end stations for bridge shall be listed as shown on the proposed layout sheets.) ☐ Curb and Gutter details and transition details (if applicable) ☐ Finished Grade labeled on all typical sections ☐ Haul road and/or any temporary road typical sections with type and depth of material identified ☐ Mainline and side roads typical sections: label cross-slopes and widths for applicable elements (travel lanes, turn lanes, shoulders, bike paths, shared use paths, sidewalks, and benches); label subgrade slope according to appropriate standard drawing; label side slope for cut and fill slopes with variable slopes labeled as “Varies (list station range)-See Cross Sections” and with final application defined (seed, sod) ☐ Median Barrier shown on typical sections (if applicable) ☐ Noise wall shown on typical sections (if applicable) ☐ Pavement schedule block shown with pavement layers including depth and applicable rates defined. Rates shall be checked against current Roadway Design Guidelines for possible changes. Each layer shall be coded on the typical sections for mainline and side roads. ☐ Private drive, business entrance, and field entrance typical sections with type and depth of material identified, and with final application defined (seed, sod) ☐ Proposed R.O.W. labeled on each typical section for mainline and side roads (label exact proposed width in feet. For varying proposed rural R.O.W. widths, label “R.O.W. Varies - Minimum R.O.W. Width XXX.XX’ ” ☐ Retaining wall shown on typical sections (if applicable) ☐ Rock cuts and catchment areas labeled with a note referencing a “See Geotechnical Sheet X and Cross Section sheet X for details on rock cut” ☐ Show guardrail location on typical sections and label “as required” (if applicable) ☐ Sinkhole repair details (if applicable provided by Geotechnical Engineering Section) ☐ Slopes stabilization shown (sod, seed and blanket, etc.) and/or slopes that require additional stabilization by the addition of a rock pad, rock buttress, or some other measure as deemed necessary in the Geotechnical report shall have a note added that states “See Geotechnical sheet X and Cross Section sheet X for details on (rock pad etc.) required for slope stabilization.” ☐ Special ditch details if adequate space or shown on Detail Sheets. Details shall include station range, left or right of centerline, bottom width, top width, material, and minimum depth ☐ Superelevation roll-over note ☐ Transitions for lane and/or shoulder tapers/transitions clearly defined on typical section or in table format including station limits, offsets from centerline, and width. Shall coincide with tapers/transitions labeled on proposed layout sheets ☐ Traffic control typical section and/or notes if applicable (Example: Specify shoulder or other areas that will be used as riding surface during construction and include notes for consequential additional pavement width and/or depth necessary)

TDOT Documents and Tools 125   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 8 07/11/2019 2C. GENERAL NOTES (2C1 if needed) See Chapter 9 in the Roadway Design Guidelines for all general notes. ☐ Check all notes for referrals to Roadway Standard Drawings. Ensure all Standard Drawings are shown in the Standard Drawings list ☐ Check all notes for referrals to pay items. Ensure all pay items are included in the Estimated Roadway Quantity sheet and in tabulation blocks ☐ Description blanks in notes shall be populated ☐ Update notes prior to submittal by checking recently issued Instructional Bulletins 2D. SPECIAL NOTES (2D1 if needed) See Chapter 9 in the Roadway Design Guidelines for all special notes. Scope of Work heading with description of project shall be shown on the last sheet of special notes. ☐ Check all notes for referrals to Roadway Standard Drawings. Ensure all Standard Drawings are shown in the Standard Drawings list ☐ Check all notes for referrals to pay items. Ensure all pay items are included in the Estimated Roadway Quantity sheet and in tabulation blocks ☐ Description blanks in notes shall be populated ☐ Scope of Work shall be shown with description of project overview including type of work to be performed, construction details, any project specific expected goals, requirements, and/or limitations that are not project commitments. ☐ Special notes shall be added if specific to the job ☐ Update notes prior to submittal by checking recently issued Instructional Bulletins 2E. TABULATED QUANTITIES (all applicable tables) (2E1 if needed) Note to Designer: Designer shall use all available tabulation quantity blocks. When specific tabulation blocks are used, it is easier on the contractor and for those checking the plans to understand where quantities were calculated, and ensures the Designer does not omit necessary pay items on the Estimated Quantity sheet. Designer shall ensure that all items coincide with what is shown on Culvert Sections, Proposed Layouts, Profiles, and Estimated Quantity sheets. Check stations, pipe size, catch basin, manhole, and junction box depths, location (name of route), left or right of centerline, and sheet number if referenced to plan sheets. Tabulation blocks with “Remarks” columns shall be filled in for clarity. ☐ Box Culvert/Bridge (use for Slab bridges)-check against culvert section and proposed layout data

126 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 9 07/11/2019 ☐ Catch Basins and Manholes ☐ Catch Basins ☐ Catch Basin Drop Inlet ☐ Concrete Barrier Wall ☐ Cross Drain Arterials ☐ Cross Drain Collectors ☐ Cross Drain Freeways with Access Control ☐ Cross Drain Local Roads ☐ Drop inlet ☐ Grading quantity (includes mainline, side roads, private drives, business entrances, and field entrances. Also include any quantities for acid producing rock ☐ Guardrail ☐ Guardrail removal ☐ Manholes ☐ Longitudinal Median Drains ☐ Median Drain Freeways with Access Control ☐ Pavement tabulation shall include mainline, side roads, single entry for private drives, and items used for construction entrances. Tabulations shall be shown for all pavement layers defined on Typical Section sheet. Footnote if additional quantities are for maintenance during construction ☐ Removal of Buildings (if building is not removed during R.O.W. acquisition but will be removed by the contractor) ☐ Removal of Structures ☐ Rip Rap Basins ☐ Rip Rap Ditches ☐ ROW Markers ☐ Side Drain Endwall ☐ Slope Rehabilitation ☐ Special Ditches ☐ Spring Drains ☐ Storm Drain Endwalls ☐ Storm Drainage Pipes ☐ Trees 2F. DETAIL SHEETS (2F1-2F2 if needed) ☐ Detail of channel/stream modifications ☐ Detail of ditch modifications (special, independent, anything varying from ditch placed by GEOPAK). Details shall include station range, left or right of centerline, bottom width, top width, material, and minimum depth. (Show on this sheet if not shown on typical sections). ☐ Special structures specific to project ☐ Special details for any component of the plans not covered in standards

TDOT Documents and Tools 127   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 10 07/11/2019 SHEET 3 SERIES 3. RIGHT-OF-WAY NOTES, UTILITY NOTES, AND UTILITY OWNERS ☐ R.O.W. notes, utility notes and utility owner names with contact information confirmed by Project Development Utility personnel 3A-3B. PROPERTY MAP(S) AND RIGHT-OF-WAY ACQUISITION TABLE(S) Note to Designer:  Sheet Level Filter for all Property Map layout sheets shall be set to eet ropert ap for the design sheet file and all referenced files. All sheets shall have north arrow, match lines with station and sheet number filled in, and sheet title block with station ranges and scale. Scale of this sheet may not match scales of layout sheets resulting in station ranges not matching.  R.O.W. Acquisition table shall be shown on sheets prior to property maps. The Disturbed Area table shall be shown under the acquisition table on this sheet; however, if there is not sufficient room, the table can be shown on the ROW Notes, Utility Notes, and Utility Owners sheet.  If the project is small and there is adequate room on the R.O.W. Notes, Utility Notes, and Utility Owners sheet, the R.O.W. acquisition table and disturbed area block can be added to this sheet. 1. Acquisition Table ☐ Acquisition table for all surveyed tracts complete with areas to be acquired, areas remaining, and easements to be acquired. The entire R.O.W. for tracts not affected shall be lined through and checked against the Property Map Sheet and Present Layout Sheet for consistency. ☐ Disturbed Area table shall be shown under acquisition table with Area Between Slope Lines, Area Outside Slope lines (10’ min. width), Total Disturbed Area, and Total Project Area calculations shown in Acres ☐ Footnote as needed. Example footnote: Easement is needed for EPSC measures 2. Property Map ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Construction” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.)

128 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 11 07/11/2019 ☐ Boundary lines shall be shown for all properties. If boundary will not fit on sheet, a closed tract detail showing the reduced size boundary shape shall be shown and labeled Not to Scale (N.T.S.) ☐ Check text size by plotting ½ size set of plans to check if text is too small or weight is too heavy for sheet. ☐ Coordinate Notation ☐ Existing control-access fence shown with areas labeled to be removed if applicable ☐ Existing easement linework and patterning shown and labeled (according to type: drainage, construction, railroad air rights, slope, utility, wetland mitigation) ☐ Existing natural features shown and labeled ☐ Existing railroad centerline shall be shown with dimensions of the overall width of the railroad corridor and both widths from the centerline of rail to each field side right of way boundary. When the railroad property is not consistent, the maximum distance from the right of way line to the closest centerline of rail and the minimum distance from the right of way line to the closest centerline of rail shall be shown. ☐ Existing R.O.W. linework and text ☐ Existing survey tract numbers only (no names). For tracts not affected, the number shall be lined through and checked against the Acquisition Table and Present Layout Sheet for consistency. ☐ Intersections of mainlines with side roads, haul road, and/or construction run-around flagged and labeled with both road names, stations at intersection, and North/East coordinates. ☐ Intersections of the centerline of railroad and the centerline of the Route/Interstate that includes the DOT crossing number and the railroad milepost along with the corresponding station of the Route/Interstate ☐ North arrow ☐ Loss of access or impaired access shown with patterning and notes if needed ☐ Proposed control access fence linework and text. Label tie-ins to existing proposed control access fence. ☐ Proposed easement linework and patterning shown and labeled (according to type: drainage, construction, railroad air rights, slope, utility, wetland mitigation) ☐ Proposed roadway centerline linework and labeled ☐ Proposed R.O.W. linework shown and labeled

TDOT Documents and Tools 129   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 12 07/11/2019 PLAN AND PROFILE SHEET SERIES Note to Designer: Limit of Construction station shall be checked on all sheets for consistency. Verify that limits match typical section and layout sheets. For clarity purposes in checklist, sheets will be numbered through 10 for the mainline plan and profile series) 4-10. PRESENT LAYOUT(S) Note to Designer: Sheet Level Filter for all Present Layout sheets shall be set to Sheets-Present Layout no R.O.W. PL Text- for the design files and all referenced files. All sheets shall have north arrow, match lines with station and sheet number filled in, and sheet title block with station range for each sheet correctly filled in to coincide with ranges shown on R.O.W. Detail sheet and Proposed Layout sheet. ☐ Acid producing rock shown and labeled with including notes if provided by Geotech ☐ Add/check items directed by Environmental Division’s recommendations ((Ecology comments, Permit comments, SWPPP comments, etc.) Wetlands, WWC, streams, springs, seeps, receiving waters, and ponds shall be shown and labeled; ex. WWC-1, WTL-4 (includes existing natural features). Flow directions shall be shown for all streams. For impacted streams, the beginning and end of impact shall be labeled. ☐ Any items/structures to be removed and/or plugged and abandoned (bridges, box culverts, culverts, catch basins, endwalls, GR, manholes, pipes, etc.) shall be clearly labeled T.B.R. (To Be Removed/Replaced) , To Be Removed, or Plugged/Abandoned ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Construction” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Bridge I.D. (s) identified and labeled (can be added to survey bridge information) ☐ Coordinate Notation (datum adjustment note above sheet title) ☐ Existing buildings and text ☐ Existing concrete channels located in environmental features shall be shown and labeled including lengths ☐ Existing drainage (bridges, culverts, pipes, storm sewer) with text (including structure size, type, and length) and natural features, This shall include structures on environmental features (caves, creeks, rivers, streams, seeps, sinkholes) ☐ Existing easement linework (no text) ☐ Existing pavement marking with text ☐ Existing railroad centerline shall be shown with dimensions of the overall width of the railroad corridor and both widths from the centerline of rail to each field side right of way boundary. When the railroad property is not consistent, the maximum distance from the right of way line

130 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 13 07/11/2019 to the closest centerline of rail and the minimum distance from the right of way line to the closest centerline of rail shall be shown. ☐ Existing roads edge of pavements, medians, shoulders, etc., linework and widths labeled ☐ Existing roadside barriers shown and labeled (impact attenuators, cable barrier, guardrail, noise walls, retaining walls, etc.) ☐ Existing signs and devices with text ☐ Existing survey grid points with state plane coordinate text ☐ Existing survey control point table showing coordinates or location diagrams for all GPS points, Benchmarks, and Horizontal Control Points ☐ Existing survey political boundaries linework and text ☐ Existing survey property lines ☐ Existing survey property markers with text ☐ Existing survey property owners with tract numbers. For tracts not affected, the name and number shall be lined through. ☐ Existing survey R.O.W. lines ☐ Existing survey R.O.W. markers with text ☐ Existing underground and overhead utilities and text (cable, electric, fiber optic, gas, lighting, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, telephone, and water) ☐ Geo-hazard limits shown if given in Geotechnical Report – shall match soil sheets ☐ Intersections of mainlines with side roads, haul road, and/or construction run-around flagged and labeled with both road names, stations at intersection, and North/East coordinates. ☐ Intersections of the centerline of railroad and the centerline of the Route/Interstate that includes the DOT crossing number and the railroad milepost along with the corresponding station of the Route/Interstate. ☐ Line of sight linework for intersections shall be shown only when R.O.W. is required for the purpose of establishing or maintaining intersection sight distance. Level for linework level shall be changed to Design Centerline Proposed and add text “Line of Sight” on same level ☐ North arrow ☐ Permanent Railroad Easements shall be shown with no hatching, with a leader line, and a Permanent Easement label. ☐ Proposed areas to be scarified are patterned and labeled to be scarified and obliterated ☐ Proposed centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds) linework with text and curve data ☐ Proposed loss of access or impaired access shown with patterning and notes if needed ☐ Proposed private drives, business entrances, and field entrances edges of pavement shape shown and shaded ☐ Proposed roads centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds and text). Label road name, full station ticks every 500’, half station ticks every 100’, bearings, and curve data. ☐ Proposed R.O.W. linework (including controlled access fence) without stations/offsets and bearings/distances labeled ☐ Proposed R.O.W. markers with text ☐ Proposed R.O.W. slope lines and text (cut or fill) ☐ Proposed Signal Poles (supplied by Traffic Operations Division) ☐ Proposed Railroad linework and text (centerlines and easements) ☐ Railroad Air Rights shown with hatching with a leader line and an Air Rights Easement Label

TDOT Documents and Tools 131   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 14 07/11/2019 ☐ Temporary Construction Railroad easements (outside of permanent easements) shall be patterned with a leader line and a Temporary Construction Easement Label. Should multiple types of Easements be present, a legend shall be inserted showing the different hatching and their respective easement type. ☐ Temporary culverts labeled as temporary with lengths and diameter ☐ Wetland pattern(s) shown and labeled and include wetland impact table (if project has wetland mitigation sheets, this information is not needed on this sheet) 4A-10A. R.O.W. DETAILS Note to Designer: Sheet Level Filter for all R.O.W. Detail sheets shall be set to Sheets- R.O.W. Details- for the design sheet file and all referenced files. All sheets shall have north arrow, match lines with station and sheet number filled in, and sheet title block with station range for each sheet correctly filled in to coincide with ranges shown on Present and Proposed Layout sheets. ☐ Begin/End Const. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Construction” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Coordinate Notation (datum adjustment note above sheet title.) ☐ Existing easement linework and patterning shown and labeled (according to type: drainage, construction, railroad air rights, slope, utility, wetland mitigation) ☐ Existing easement lines with text ☐ Existing railroad centerline shall be shown with dimensions of the overall width of the railroad corridor and both widths from the centerline of rail to each field side right of way boundary. When the railroad property is not consistent, the maximum distance from the right of way line to the closest centerline of rail and the minimum distance from the right of way line to the closest centerline of rail shall be shown. ☐ Existing survey control point table showing coordinates or location diagrams for all GPS points, Benchmarks, and Horizontal Control Points ☐ Existing survey grid points with state plane coordinate text ☐ Existing survey property lines with bearings/distances labeled ☐ Existing survey property markers with text ☐ Existing survey property owners with tract numbers. For tracts not affected, the name and number shall be lined through ☐ Existing survey R.O.W. linework with stations/ offsets and bearings/distances labeled ☐ Existing survey R.O.W. markers with text ☐ Intersections of mainlines with side roads, haul road, and/or construction run-around flagged and labeled with both road names, stations at intersection, and North/East coordinates

132 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 15 07/11/2019 ☐ Intersections of the centerline of railroad and the centerline of the Route/Interstate that includes the DOT crossing number and the railroad milepost along with the corresponding station of the Route/Interstate ☐ North arrow ☐ Proposed easement linework and patterning labeled (according to type: drainage, construction, railroad air rights, slope, utility, wetland mitigation). A legend should be included showing the different hatchings and their respective easement types. ☐ Proposed loss of access or impaired access shown with patterning and notes if needed ☐ Proposed private drives, business entrances, and field entrances edges of pavement shape shown and shaded ☐ Proposed roads centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds and text). Label road name, full station ticks every 500’, half station ticks every 100’, and bearings (no curve data). ☐ Proposed R.O.W. linework with stations/offsets and bearings/distances labeled ☐ Proposed R.O.W. markers with text ☐ Proposed R.O.W. slope lines and text (cut or fill) ☐ Wetland pattern(s) shown and labeled and include wetland 4B-10B. PROPOSED LAYOUT(S) Note to Designer: Sheet Level Filter for all Proposed Layout sheets shall be set to Sheets- Proposed Layout- for the design sheet file and all referenced files. All sheets shall have north arrow, match lines with station and sheet number filled in, and sheet title block with station range for each sheet correctly filled in to coincide with ranges shown on R.O.W. Detail sheet and Present Layout sheet. ☐ Add/check items directed by Environmental Division’s recommendations (Ecology comments, Permit comments, SWPPP comments, etc.) Wetlands, WWC, streams, springs, seeps, receiving waters, and ponds shall be shown and labeled; ex. WWC-1, WTL-4 (includes existing natural features). Flow directions shall be shown for all streams. For impacted streams, the beginning and end of impact shall be labeled. ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Construction” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Coordinate Notation (datum adjustment note above sheet title) ☐ *Existing signs, signals or lighting poles if to remain in place (if sign to be re-set with new posts, sign faces shall be shown as dashed) ☐ Intersections of mainlines with side roads, haul road, and/or construction run-around flagged and labeled with both road names, stations at intersection, and North/East coordinates. (This shall also be done on all intersecting roads and at railroad intersections.)

TDOT Documents and Tools 133   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 16 07/11/2019 ☐ Intersections of the centerline of railroad and the centerline of the Route/Interstate that includes the DOT crossing number and the railroad milepost along with the corresponding station of the Route/Interstate. ☐ Line of sight linework for intersections shall be shown only when R.O.W. is required for the purpose of establishing or maintaining intersection sight distance. Level for linework level shall be changed to Design Centerline Proposed and add text “Line of Sight” on same level ☐ North arrow ☐ Proposed bridges and bridge end drains with text (Begin and End Bridge stations) and rip-rap apron shapes shown and labeled ☐ Proposed cattle passes ☐ Proposed channel changes with begin and end station labeled ☐ Proposed cross drains and endwalls with appropriate labels (station, skew, offset and inlet and outlet elevations, type, length, diameter, endwall type and treatment (rip-rap, turf reinforcement mat, dissipater, etc.), if applicable ☐ Proposed curb and gutter linework and text including begin and end stations with offset from centerline ☐ Proposed curb ramps with standard drawing type labeled ☐ Proposed drainage systems (catch basins, culverts, pipes, manholes, junction boxes, endwalls, dissipators, etc.) shall be labeled with appropriate text (structure code and type, grate/inlet/outlet elevations, flow direction of pipe, pipe diameter and length, endwall type and treatment (rip-rap, etc.) if applicable). Information can be placed in table format on each sheet. For those structures conveying environmental features, the length of the structure along the stream shall be shown. ☐ Proposed edge of pavement and shoulder lines shown. All transition lengths and widths for proposed edge of pavements and shoulders shall be labeled by station and offset for beginning and ending stations ☐ Proposed guardrail with type of anchors, begin, end, and/or tie-in stations and offsets labeled. Standard Drawing S-PL-1 shall be used to find length of need in concurrence with cutting cross sections at 5’ increments to study proposed guardrail location. ☐ Proposed independent ditch flow line, width, type of lining, and begin, end, and breakpoints labeled by station and offset (regular roadside ditches shall not be shown) ☐ Proposed limit of cold plane and/or overlay labeled (label station ranges that are overlay only and not full depth pavement) ☐ Proposed limit of work for side roads and for special circumstances such as proposed signals or construction of guardrail pad, etc., that occurs beyond limits of construction ☐ Proposed median opening linework and width labeled ☐ Proposed noise wall linework with station and offset for begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled ☐ Proposed pavement lines shown at intersections representing the lane taper, bay taper, storage length, and radii. All tapers shall be labeled by begin and end stations. Radii shall be labeled. ☐ Proposed private drives, business entrances, and field entrances with centerlines, edges of pavement, and radii shown and labeled with mainline station, station for driveway limit of construction, and radius length of driveway centerline(if applicable). Label width and type of drive, side drain length, diameter, and endwall (if applicable). All elements shall match profiles for each. (no shading)

134 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 17 07/11/2019 ☐ Proposed pavement markings including channelization, stop bars, crosswalks, pavement arrows, linework, and text. (Proposed pavement markings will be shown on Proposed Layout Sheets if not shown on separate sheets as shown in Signing and Pavement Marking Plan(s) section of the checklist.) ☐ Proposed retaining wall linework with station and offset for begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled ☐ Proposed rip-rap locations, dimensions, and types labeled ☐ Proposed roads centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds and text). Label road name, full station ticks every 500’, half station ticks every 100’, and bearings (no curve data) ☐ Proposed sidewalk linework station limits and width labeled ☐ Proposed signal and/or lighting poles and text (provided by Traffic Operations Division) ☐ Proposed signing with text. Signing information will be provided by appropriate regional Designer. (Proposed Signing will be shown on Proposed Layout Sheets if not shown on separate sheets - See Section 34-40 Signing and Pavement Marking Plans of checklist) ☐ Proposed special ditch flow line, width, type of lining, and begin and end stations labeled by station and offset (no breakpoints labeled). Regular roadside ditches shall not be shown. ☐ Proposed treatment limits shown (rock pads, rock buttresses, undercutting, sinkholes, etc.) with station limits, dimensions, and type of rock labeled ☐ Reference Profile sheet number in plans for side road ☐ Temporary culverts labeled as temporary with lengths and diameter ☐ Traffic diagrams (provided by Strategic Transportation Investment Division) ☐ *Transitions or tie-in points for proposed transportation features (guardrail, median openings) or drainage systems (curb and gutter, extensions of existing pipes, boxes, etc.) shall be labeled by station and offset. The existing features shall be copied to the appropriate proposed level at the tie-in point and labeled to remain in place ☐ Wetland(s) to remain shown and labeled *Some existing elements may need to be shown to provide clarity on the plans. These elements will have to be copied from the survey file and changed to the appropriate proposed level to display in the sheets.

TDOT Documents and Tools 135   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 18 07/11/2019 4C-10C. PROPOSED PROFILE(S) Note to Designer: For all profile sheet checks, the Sheet Level Filter shall be set to Sheets- Profiles- for the design sheet file and all referenced files. ☐ Any structures to be removed and/or plugged and abandoned (bridges, culverts, catch basins, manholes, pipes, etc.) shall be clearly labeled T.B.R. (To Be Removed/Replaced) or Plugged/Abandoned ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Construction” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Bridge I.D. (s) identified and labeled (can be added to survey bridge information) ☐ Channel changes, independent ditches where applicable, and/or special ditches shown with begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled with station and elevation, also label grade and ditch type (V, trapezoidal) ☐ Earthwork balances and volumes block including mainline, side roads, private drive, field entrances, haul roads, topsoil, and any acid producing rock shown on the first mainline profile sheet. Shall match quantities generated from GEOPAK earthwork log and quantities show on Grading Quantity Block and Estimated Roadway Quantities Sheet(s) ☐ Existing bridges, pipes, culverts, and storm sewers with hydraulic data and/or text provided in survey file ☐ Existing overhead utilities with text ☐ Existing survey control points (GPS points, Benchmarks) and text ☐ Existing top of ground for mainline and railroad, if applicable, labeled on each sheet ☐ Existing underground utilities including type and size ☐ Grid shown with stations along the bottom and elevations along the side ☐ Intersections of mainlines with side roads, haul road, and/or construction run-around flagged and labeled with both road names, stations at intersection, and North/East coordinates. ☐ Intersections of the centerline of railroad and the centerline of the Route/Interstate that includes the DOT crossing number and the railroad milepost along with the corresponding station of the Route/Interstate ☐ Proposed bridge linework with begin and end stations labeled, hydraulic data, and rip-rap shapes shown and labeled ☐ Proposed noise wall linework with station and offset for begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled ☐ Proposed pipes, not including side drains, culverts, and storm sewer features shown and labeled with structure code and type, pipe diameter, pipe grade, and hydraulic data and/or text. ☐ Proposed retaining wall linework with station and offset for begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled ☐ Proposed vertical alignment and curve text labeled including K Values (no speeds listed), stations and elevations for PI, PC, and PT, and grades with areas of proposed graphical

136 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 19 07/11/2019 grade labeled with station and elevation every 50’ or as needed. When a tangent grade covers two layout sheets, the grade shall be copied and shown on both sheets. ☐ Superelevation rate diagram with stations and rates labeled Note to Designer: The numbering of the following sheets will depend on the number of plan and profile sheets needed for the mainline. For clarity purposes in checklist, the sheets will continue the sequence and coincide with the Construction Index Word document. 11-12. RAMP PROFILE ☐ Any structures to be removed (bridges, culverts, catch basins, manholes, pipes, etc.) shall be clearly labeled T.B.R. (To Be Removed/Replaced) or Plugged/Abandoned ☐ All existing and proposed drainage structures shown with hydraulic data ☐ Bridge I.D. (s) identified and labeled (can be added to survey bridge information) ☐ Channel changes, independent ditches, and/or special ditches shown with begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled with station and elevation. Also, label grade and ditch type (V, trapezoidal) ☐ Existing bridges, pipes, culverts, and storm sewers with hydraulic data and/or text provided in survey file ☐ Existing overhead utilities with type, station, and elevation labeled ☐ Existing survey control points (GPS points, Benchmarks) and text ☐ Existing top of ground for ramp and railroad, if applicable, labeled on each layout sheet ☐ Existing underground utilities including type and size ☐ Grid shown with stations along the bottom and elevations along the side ☐ Intersections with mainline with side roads, haul road, and/or construction run-around flagged and labeled with both road names, stations at intersection, and elevations ☐ Intersections of the centerline of railroad and the centerline of the Route/Interstate that includes the DOT crossing number and the railroad milepost along with the corresponding station of the Route/Interstate ☐ Proposed bridge linework with begin and end stations labeled and hydraulic data ☐ Proposed finished grade linework and text ☐ Proposed limit of construction labeled with station and elevation ☐ Proposed noise wall linework with station and offset for begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled ☐ Proposed pipes (not including side drains), culverts, and storm sewer features shown and labeled with structure code and type, pipe diameter, pipe grade, and hydraulic data and/or text ☐ Proposed retaining wall linework with station and offset for begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled ☐ Proposed vertical alignment and curve text labeled including K Values (no speeds listed), stations and elevations for PI, PC, and PT, and grades with areas of proposed graphical grade labeled with station and elevation every 50’ or as needed. When a tangent grade covers two layout sheets, the grade shall be copied and shown on both sheets. ☐ Superelevation rate diagram with stations and rates labeled

TDOT Documents and Tools 137   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 20 07/11/2019 ☐ Temporary culverts labeled as temporary with grate/inlet/outlet elevations, pipe diameter, and pipe grade 13-14. SIDE ROAD PROFILE(S) Note to Designer: Haul Roads and/or construction run-around shall follow the same checklist as side roads and will also follow side roads in the sheet numbering sequence. ☐ Any structures to be removed and/or plugged and abandoned (bridges, culverts, catch basins, manholes, pipes, etc.) shall be clearly labeled T.B.R. (To Be Removed/Replaced) or Plugged/Abandoned ☐ All existing and proposed drainage structures shown with hydraulic data ☐ Bridge I.D. (s) identified and labeled (can be added to survey bridge information) ☐ Channel changes, independent ditches, and/or special ditches shown with begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled with station and elevation. Also, label grade and ditch type (V, trapezoidal) ☐ Existing bridges, pipes, culverts, and storm sewers with hydraulic data and/or text ☐ Existing overhead utilities with type, station, and elevation labeled ☐ Existing survey control points (GPS points, Benchmarks) and text ☐ Existing top of ground for side road and railroad, if applicable, labeled on each layout sheet ☐ Existing underground utilities including type and size ☐ Grid shown with stations along the bottom and elevations along the side ☐ Intersections with mainline with side roads, haul road, and/or construction run-around flagged and labeled with both road names, stations at intersection, and elevations ☐ Intersections of the centerline of railroad and the centerline of the Route/Interstate that includes the DOT crossing number and the railroad milepost along with the corresponding station of the Route/Interstate ☐ Profiles shall be shown in order as shown in plans. Reference Present Layout sheet number in plans where side road is located. ☐ Proposed bridge linework with begin and end stations labeled and hydraulic data ☐ Proposed finished grade linework and text ☐ Proposed limit of Construction labeled with station and elevation if it is past the limits of construction ☐ Proposed noise wall linework with station and offset for begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled ☐ Proposed pipes (not including side drains), culverts, and storm sewer features shown and labeled with structure code and type, pipe diameter, pipe grade, and hydraulic data and/or text ☐ Proposed retaining wall linework with station and offset for begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled ☐ Proposed vertical alignment and curve text labeled including K Values (no speeds listed), stations and elevations for PI, PC, and PT, and grades with areas of proposed graphical grade labeled with station and elevation every 50’ or as needed. When a tangent grade covers two layout sheets, the grade shall be copied and shown on both sheets. ☐ Superelevation rate diagram with stations and rates labeled

138 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 21 07/11/2019 15-18. PRIVATE DRIVE, BUSINESS ENTRANCES, AND FIELD ENTRANCE PROFILE(S) ☐ Any structures to be removed and/or plugged and abandoned (bridges, culverts, catch basins, manholes, pipes, etc.) shall be clearly labeled T.B.R. (To Be Removed/Replaced) or Plugged/Abandoned ☐ Channel changes and/or special ditches shown with begin, end, and all breakpoints labeled with station and elevation and label grade and ditch type (V, trapezoidal) ☐ Check to ensure all profiles are shown that are in Proposed Layout sheets ☐ Existing top of ground labeled ☐ Grid shown with stations along the bottom and elevations along the side ☐ Intersections with mainline and private drive or field entrance labeled with each road name, station, and elevation ☐ Profiles shall be shown in order as shown in plans. Reference corresponding tract owner number on each profile as shown on Present Layout sheet ☐ Proposed finished grade and subgrade linework and text ☐ Proposed limit of construction labeled with station and elevation ☐ Proposed side drain pipes shown with text ☐ Proposed vertical alignment and curve text including K Values (no speeds listed), stations and elevations for PI, PC, and PT 19-20. DRAINAGE MAP(S) Note to Designer: Sheet Level Filter for all Drainage Map sheets shall be set to Sheets- Drainage Map- for the design sheet file and all referenced files. ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Construction” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Coordinate Notation (datum adjustment note above sheet title) ☐ Drainage flow arrows from existing TIN file ☐ Existing drainage areas and shapes ☐ Existing drainage structures including drainage cell (Drainage Data for Drainage Map cell or Excel file) with all text complete (Station, structure, skew, drainage area, discharge, terrain, velocity, etc.) ☐ Existing natural features such as streams or WWC labeled ☐ Existing roads edge of pavement ☐ Inset of total drainage area labeled “not to scale” (necessary only when drainage area boundaries are outside of sheet coverage) ☐ North arrow

TDOT Documents and Tools 139   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 22 07/11/2019 ☐ Proposed bridges and cross drains with text (data table with station, skew, drainage area, flow, type, and size). Label begin and end bridge stations and inlet and outlet elevations for cross drains ☐ Proposed channel changes with begin and end roadway station labeled and stream buffer shown. Proposed planting plan including tree planting diagram and typical cross section view, and tree schedule and quantity table shall be shown. The relocated stream channel detail including typical cross section of existing and proposed channel shall be shown to scale. The length, width, and class of any riprap needed along the stream location shall be shown. Where necessary, notes specific to the mitigation or vegetative plantings (trees, etc.) and to the sequence of construction shall be noted. ☐ Proposed roads centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds and text). Label road name, full station ticks every 500’, half station ticks every 100’, bearings (no curve data). ☐ Proposed special and independent ditch flow line (no text and no regular roadside ditches) ☐ Wetland boundaries labeled 21-22. CULVERT SECTION(S) Note to Designer: All cross drains in the proposed layout sheets shall have a culvert section. Sheet Level Filter for all Culvert Section sheets shall be set to Sheets- Culvert Cross Sections- for the design sheet file and all referenced files. Culvert sections shall be cut using the GEOPAK “Run” used for the associated road. This will ensure the cross section depicts the accurate finished grade, cross slope, superelevation, roadway width, shoulder width, guardrail placement (including earthwork pad), special ditch, benches, and side slopes including any variable slopes defined in cross sections variable files. Additional runs may be needed to include independent ditches. Any additional information from the Geotechnical report (rock lines, etc.) shall also be shown in the cross section. ☐ Bridge parapet shown if applicable ☐ Culvert Sections for all proposed cross-drains shall be shown with proposed pipe, endwall, and end treatment if applicable. Pipe diameter and type, flow direction, and grade shall be labeled. All hydraulic data from the MicroStation cell “Pipe Culvert Profile Data” shall be completed. Connections to existing or proposed drainage structures shall be shown including existing structure name and type and (catch basin, junction box, or manhole, etc.) inlet and outlet elevations. ☐ Culvert Sections for all existing cross drains that are to remain in place but are being extended. Linework for existing portion of pipe to remain in place shall be shown as dashed. Proposed pipe extension shall be shown with proposed endwall and end treatment if applicable. All hydraulic data from the MicroStation cell “ pe ert ro e ata” shall be completed. Connections to existing or proposed drainage structures shall be shown including structure name and type and (catch basin, junction box, or manhole, etc.) inlet and outlet elevations. ☐ Culvert Sections for all proposed box bridges created by using Seed File BoxCulvertSection.dgn. All hydraulic data shall be completed in the box/slab tabulation

140 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 23 07/11/2019 which will calculate quantities including wingwalls. Quantities shall be checked against information in Standard Roadway Drawings, Estimated and Tabulated Quantity blocks, Proposed Layout sheets, and Profile sheets ☐ Endwall and/or ditch treatments (rip-rap, turf reinforcement mat, dissipater, etc.) labeled with type, length, and width/thickness ☐ Existing R.O.W. line projected onto cross section ☐ Guardrail if applicable ☐ Median barrier shown if applicable ☐ Noise walls shown if relevant to cross section ☐ Proposed R.O.W. line projected onto cross section ☐ Retaining walls shown if relevant to cross section 23, 24, 25-27Z. EROSION PREVENTION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLANS Note to Designer: Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Plans shall be listed as Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Plans in the index. However, the sheets shall be in the following order with applicable sheet titles: 23. EPSC Special Notes 24. EPSC Legend and Tabulation 25-27Z. EPSC Plan Sheets 23. EROSION PREVENTION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL SPECIAL NOTES ☐ EPSC General Notes shall not be shown on these sheets ☐ EPSC Special Notes that provide additional specifications (Chapter 9, Section 4 in the Roadway Design Guidelines) (General ESPC Notes shall be shown in General Notes section) ☐ Notes in addition to EPSC Special Notes that have been provided by the Environmental Division ☐ Performance notes on application of BMPs, restrictions on clearing, sensitive areas, etc. ☐ Special Notes for NPDES permitted projects ☐ Special Notes for project specific requirements ☐ Special Notes for Utility Relocations (if required, see notes in Chapter 9, Section 4 of the Roadway Design Guidelines) ☐ Special Notes regarding steps the contractor shall take during construction ☐ Wetland mitigation notes 24. EPSC LEGEND AND TABULATION Legend and tabulation shall be added to the EPSC Special Notes if space is available ☐ EPSC legend block with all relevant Standard Drawings in numerical order and footnotes as needed ☐ Footnotes for ESPC legend block (add for clarity such as placement, to identify maintenance schedules or cycles, etc.) Check against footnotes on Estimated Quantities

TDOT Documents and Tools 141   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 24 07/11/2019 ☐ EPSC quantities tabulation block (quantities added to estimated roadway quantities block) ☐ Footnotes (add for clarity such as placement, payment, seeding practices, and/or when used in multiple locations, etc., add to define when substitutions are acceptable, and add to identify maintenance schedules or cycles, etc.) Check against footnotes on other sheets in the “2” Series that contain estimated quantities and tabulation blocks ☐ Footnote “All Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Quantities are to be used as directed by the Engineer” 25– 27Z. EPSC PLANS Refer to The Drainage Manual Chapter 10 for additional information on EPSC plans. Projects which involve less than five (5) acres of land disturbance require at least two (2) EPSC stages: 1. Clearing and Grubbing Stage 2. Final Construction Stage Projects which involve five (5) or more acres of land disturbance require at least three (3) EPSC stages: 1. Clearing and Grubbing Stage 2. Intermediate Stage (example: a widening project where traffic remains on existing roadway and portion of road is being constructed) 3. Final Construction Stage The following is a checklist for three (3) possible stages: 1. Clearing and Grubbing Stage Showing Existing Contours Note to Designer: Sheet Level Filter for all EPSC sheets shall be set to Sheets- Existing Contours- for the design sheet file and all referenced files. ☐ Acid producing rock shown and labeled with including notes if provided by Geotech ☐ Add/check items directed by Environmental Division’s recommendations (Ecology comments, Permit comments, SWPPP comments, etc.). Wetlands, WWC, streams, springs, seeps, receiving waters, and ponds shall be shown and labeled; ex. WWC-1, WTL-4 (includes existing natural features). Flow directions shall be shown for all streams. For impacted streams, the beginning and end of impact shall be labeled. ☐ Approximate location of temporary EPSC measures, include labeling the type and size of measures, if applicable. ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Construction” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station

142 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 25 07/11/2019 and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Best Management Practices (BMP’s) for work being performed (silt fence, silt fence with backing, temporary diversion berms, temporary stream crossings, filter tube, etc. with type or size labeled if applicable) ☐ Buffer zones. High visibility fencing should be placed around the buffer zone and call outs should say “High visibility fencing for buffer zone protection.” ☐ Coordinate Notation (datum adjustment note above sheet title) ☐ Energy dissipaters for culverts, labeled with type and dimensions (rip-rap or concrete) ☐ Erosion control devices shown for current stage ☐ Erosion control stage shall be noted beside sheet title block ☐ Existing bridge linework and text including drainage areas and type of terrain ☐ Existing buildings ☐ Existing pipe and culvert linework (no text) including drainage areas and type of terrain. (Terrain is used to determine the runoff coefficients for the SWPPP.) ☐ Existing road centerlines and text ☐ Existing survey R.O.W. linework ☐ Existing survey contours with main contour cut at 10’ intervals and text (can be done at 5’ intervals for flat areas) ☐ Existing survey intermediate contours (optional to show text) (2’ intervals or 1’ intervals for flat areas) ☐ Existing transportation features ☐ Limits of land disturbance and clearing labeled. This may be necessary if excessive ROW is available and small disturbances are anticipated to keep the project from hitting certain thresholds. ☐ Location and details for proposed diversion channels or other methods of in-stream diversion devices to isolate stream flow during construction ☐ North arrow ☐ Performance notes on application of BMPs, restrictions on clearing, sensitive areas, etc. specific to this sheet (if generic notes that apply to all sheets show on Special Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Notes sheets) ☐ Proposed easement linework and patterning labeled (according to type: drainage, construction, railroad air rights slope, utility, wetland mitigation) ☐ Proposed road centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds). Label road name, full station ticks every 500’, half station ticks every 100’, and bearings (no curve data) ☐ Proposed R.O.W. linework (no stations/ offsets and bearings/distances labeled) ☐ Proposed R.O.W. slope lines (no text) ☐ Sediment basins (show only if sediment basin will be used as permanent detention) ☐ Silt fence shall be placed on contours. If unable to place on contours, use “J” hooks. ☐ Storm water outfall locations with acreage and outfall table ☐ Special details ☐ Temporary Construction Exits ☐ Temporary culverts labeled as temporary with grate/inlet/outlet elevations, pipe diameter, and pipe grade

TDOT Documents and Tools 143   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 26 07/11/2019 ☐ Undisturbed areas labeled on plans. This is for special site considerations that contain areas that should not be disturbed. ☐ Verify EPSC measures are not outside R.O.W. or easement areas 2. Intermediate Grading Stage may show Existing and Proposed Contours Sometimes, on a large project, an intermediate stage of erosion control may be needed where both existing and proposed contours are shown. For example, if a project is being widened, the second stage of erosion control may have traffic on the existing roadway while widening occurs on the proposed section. Therefore, existing contours would be shown where there is existing traffic and proposed contours shown in the proposed widening section. The Designer will have to manipulate the sheets by clipping boundaries of the referenced files containing the existing and proposed contour files. Note to Designer: Due to the possibility of two types of erosion control scenarios being shown, sheet level filter for all EPSC sheet levels in this stage may be set to both Sheets- Existing Contours and Sheets- Proposed Contours in the file and all referenced files. Levels not needed shall be turned off. ☐ Acid producing rock shown and labeled with including notes if provided by Geotech ☐ Add/check items directed by Environmental Division’s recommendations (Ecology comments, Permit comments, SWPPP comments, etc.) Wetlands, WWC, streams, springs, seeps, receiving waters, and ponds shall be shown and labeled; ex. WWC-1, WTL-4 (includes existing natural features). Flow directions shall be shown for all streams. For impacted streams, the beginning and end of impact shall be labeled. ☐ Approximate location of temporary and permanent EPSC measures, including labeling the type and size of measures, if applicable. ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “CONST.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Best Management Practices (BMP’s) for work being performed (erosion control blankets, silt fence, silt fence with backing, dewatering structures, sediment bags, culvert protection, catchbasin filter assemblies, slope drains, filter tube, etc. with type or size labeled if applicable) ☐ Buffer zones. High visibility fencing should be placed around the buffer zone and call outs should say “High visibility fencing for buffer zone protection.” ☐ Coordinate Notation (datum adjustment note above sheet title) ☐ Energy dissipaters for culverts, labeled with type and dimensions (rip-rap or concrete) ☐ Erosion control devices shown for current stage. ☐ Erosion control stage shall be noted beside sheet title block

144 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 27 07/11/2019 ☐ Existing bridge linework and text including drainage areas and type of terrain ☐ Existing buildings ☐ Existing pipe and culvert linework (no text) including drainage areas and type of terrain. (Terrain is used to determine the runoff coefficients for the SWPPP.) ☐ Existing road centerlines and text ☐ Existing survey R.O.W. linework ☐ Existing survey contours with main contour cut at 10’ intervals and text (can be done at 5’ intervals for flat areas (shown in existing area where traffic remains, etc.) ☐ Existing survey intermediate contours (optional to show text) (2’ intervals or 1’ intervals for flat areas) (shown in existing area where traffic remains, etc.) ☐ Limits of land disturbance and clearing labeled. This may be necessary if excessive ROW is available and small disturbances are anticipated to keep the project from hitting certain thresholds. ☐ Location and details for proposed diversion channels or other methods of in stream diversion devices to isolate stream flow during construction ☐ North arrow ☐ Performance notes on application of BMPs, restrictions on clearing, sensitive areas, etc. ☐ Proposed contours with main contour cut at 10’ intervals and text (can be done at 5’ intervals for flat areas (shown in proposed work zone for this stage) ☐ Proposed intermediate contours (optional to show text) (2’ intervals or 1’ intervals for flat areas) (shown in proposed work zone for this stage) ☐ Proposed cross drains and endwalls with appropriate labels (station, skew, offset, inlet and outlet elevations, type, length, and diameter, as applicable) if being constructed during this phase. For proposed extensions of existing features, the existing structure to remain in place shall be copied to the appropriate proposed level and labeled to remain in place ☐ Proposed easement linework and patterning labeled (according to type: drainage, construction, railroad air rights, slope, utility, wetland mitigation) ☐ Proposed road centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds) and text (no curve data) ☐ Proposed R.O.W. linework (no stations/ offsets and bearings/distances labeled) ☐ Proposed R.O.W. slope lines (no text) ☐ Proposed special ditches with flow direction ☐ Sediment basins (can be shown if temporary or permanent detention) ☐ Silt fence shall be placed on contours. If unable to place on contours, use “J” hooks. ☐ Storm water outfall locations with acreage (update location for current stage, add new if needed, and remove existing if needed but do not re-use number) ☐ Special details ☐ Stream relocations ☐ Temporary Construction Exits ☐ Temporary culverts labeled as temporary with grate/inlet/outlet elevations, pipe diameter, and pipe grade ☐ Undisturbed areas labeled on plans. This is for special site considerations that contain areas that should not be disturbed. ☐ Verify EPSC Measures are not outside R.O.W. or easement areas ☐ Wetland pattern(s) shown and labeled and include wetland impact table 3. Final Construction Stage with Proposed Contours shown

TDOT Documents and Tools 145   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 28 07/11/2019 Note to Designer: Sheet Level Filter for all EPSC sheets shall be set to Sheets- Proposed Contours for the design sheet file and all referenced files. ☐ Add/check items directed by Environmental Division and Regional Environmental Tech Groups Recommendations (Ecology comments, Permit comments, SWPPP comments, etc.). Wetlands, WWC, streams, seeps, receiving waters, and ponds shown and labeled, ex. WWC-1, WTL-4 (includes existing natural features). For impacted streams, the beginning and end of impact shall be labeled. ☐ Approximate location of permanent EPSC measures ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled temporary and with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Const.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Best Management Practices (BMP’s) for work being performed (silt fence, silt fence with backing, rock check dams, slope drains and berms, erosion control blankets, culvert protection filter tube, etc. with type or size labeled if applicable). ☐ Buffer zones. High visibility fencing should be placed around the buffer zone and call outs should say “High visibility fencing for buffer zone protection.” ☐ Coordinate Notation (datum adjustment note above sheet title) ☐ Energy dissipaters for culverts, labeled with type and dimensions (rip-rap or concrete) ☐ Erosion control devices shown for current stage ☐ Erosion control stage shall be noted beside sheet title block ☐ Limits of land disturbance and clearing labeled. This may be necessary if excessive ROW is available and small disturbances are anticipated to keep the project from hitting certain thresholds. ☐ Location and details for proposed diversion channels or other methods of in stream diversion devices to isolate stream flow during construction ☐ North arrow ☐ Performance notes on application of BMPs, restrictions on clearing, sensitive areas, etc. ☐ Proposed contours with main contour cut at 10’ intervals and text (can be done at 5’ intervals for flat areas (shown in proposed work zone for this stage) ☐ Proposed intermediate contours (optional to show text) (2’ intervals or 1’ intervals for flat areas) (shown in proposed work zone for this stage) ☐ Proposed cross drains and endwalls with appropriate labels (station, skew, offset, inlet and outlet elevations, type, length, and diameter, as applicable) if being constructed during this phase. For proposed extensions of existing features, the existing structure to remain in place shall be copied to the appropriate proposed level and labeled to remain in place) ☐ Proposed bridge linework ☐ Proposed easement linework and patterning labeled (according to type: drainage, construction, railroad air rights, slope, utility, wetland mitigation)

146 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 29 07/11/2019 ☐ Proposed road centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds and text). Label road name, full station ticks every 500’, half station ticks every 100’, and bearings (no curve data). ☐ Proposed R.O.W. linework (no stations/ offsets and bearings/distances labeled) ☐ Proposed R.O.W. slope lines (no text) ☐ Proposed special ditches with flow direction ☐ Sediment basins (permanent) ☐ Silt fence shall be placed on contours. If unable to place on contours, use “J” hooks. ☐ Special details ☐ Storm water outfall locations with acreage (update location for current stage, add new if needed, and remove existing if needed but do not re-use number) ☐ Stream relocations ☐ Temporary Construction Exits ☐ Temporary culverts labeled as temporary with grate/inlet/outlet elevations, pipe diameter, and pipe grade ☐ Undisturbed areas labeled on plans. This is for special site considerations that contain areas that should not be disturbed. ☐ Verify EPSC measures are not outside R.O.W. or easement areas ☐ Wetland pattern(s) shown and labeled and include wetland impact table 28. ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION PLAN(S) (28A, 28B if needed) Provided by Environmental Division. 29-35. SIGNING AND PAVEMENT MARKING PLAN(S) Design Manager will determine if stand-alone Signing and/or Pavement Marking sheets are needed or if details can be included on the Proposed Layout sheets. If the items are included on the Proposed Layout sheet, the filter for the Proposed Layout sheet shall be used and the levels for the item below shown in italics shall be shown on the Proposed Sheets. However, if the Signing and/or Pavement Marking sheet is a stand-alone sheet, the Sheet Level Filter shall be set to Sheets- Pavement Marking- for the design sheet file and all referenced files. If a project is being designed at Headquarters, it is possible that the pavement marking sheets are designed at headquarters but the signing is designed by regional personnel. If this is the case, the appropriate manager at both locations shall seal the plans for their personnel. For projects with signing and pavement marking designed by consultants, the consultant seal the sheet. ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Const.” and be labeled

TDOT Documents and Tools 147   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 30 07/11/2019 with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Intersections of mainlines with side roads, haul road, and/or construction run-around flagged and labeled with both road names, stations at intersection, and North/East coordinates. ☐ Intersections of the centerline of railroad and the centerline of the Route/Interstate that includes the DOT crossing number and the railroad milepost along with the corresponding station of the Route/Interstate ☐ North arrow ☐ Proposed bridge linework ☐ Proposed curb ramps with Standard Drawing type labeled ☐ Proposed edge of pavement and shoulder lines shown. All transition lengths and widths for proposed edge of pavements and shoulders shall be labeled by station and offset for beginning and ending stations ☐ Proposed median openings linework ☐ Proposed permanent pavement marking including channelization, cross walks, stop bars, pavement arrows, linework, and text (6” SSWL, etc.). ☐ Proposed pavement lines shown at intersections representing the lane taper, bay taper, storage length, and radii. All tapers shall be labeled by begin and end stations. Radii shall be labeled ☐ Proposed private drives, business entrances, and field entrances with edges of pavement linework shown (no text or shading) ☐ Proposed road centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds and text). Label road name, full station ticks every 500’, half station ticks every 100’, and bearings (no curve data) ☐ Proposed curb and gutter and sidewalks linework ☐ Proposed signing with name and text provided 36- 39. SIGN SCHEDULE SHEET(S) If a sign schedule sheet is needed for the plans, the information will be provided by the appropriate regional Designer or by a consultant. 40 - 40Z. MISCELLANEOUS SIGNING DETAILS If signing details are needed for the plans, the information will be provided by the appropriate regional Designer or by a consultant.

148 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 31 07/11/2019 CROSS SECTION SHEET SERIES 41 - 95. ROADWAY (MAINLINE) CROSS SECTIONS Note: Designer shall follow exercises in GEOPAK Road Manual to cut cross sections and make sheets. If exercises are followed correctly, each sheet will show the existing ground line, proposed template, pavement depth, and text for the finished grade, cross slopes, side slopes, right and left offsets/elevations for subgrade limits, and point where proposed template meets existing ground. Also, each sheet will show the station for each cross section and horizontal and vertical scale. The right corner of the sheet will show begin and end station limits of cross sections on that sheet and the name of the roadway. The roadway shall match the name shown on the typical section and all plan sheets. All text will be shown in the correct location and on the correct level. The text for the XSCELL shall not be shown on the cross section sheets. Cross sections cut at 50’ increments are shown in the plans. However, when designing drainage or analyzing the need for guardrail or retaining walls, it is recommended that cross sections are cut at 5’ increments. The slopes from the 5’ increments can be compared to those projected from the 50’ cross section run to ensure sufficient R.O.W. is acquired. ☐ Begin and end of bridge sections shall be shown and labeled “Bridge.” When running earthwork in GEOPAK, ensure that bridge sections are skipped and do not have fill quantities unless there is solid rock or similar material added under or around bridge section ☐ Check end area totals on each cross section against grading quantity file produced by GEOPAK. Ensure end areas are shown for all types of material including rock if applicable ☐ Check slope lines in plans after cross sections run. If there are areas where the slope line makes a significant change for only a short segment, look at the cross sections to see if a steeper slope can be used that is acceptable by Geotechnical Engineering Section. This shall also be checked in areas that will require only a small amount of R.O.W.to see if a change can avoid small amounts of R.O.W. acquisition. ☐ Cross sections shall be cut at 50’ increments. If the proposed horizontal and/or vertical alignment changes start or end at an increment other than 50’, a cross section at that station shall be shown. (Example: Proposed horizontal and/or vertical alignment changes start at Sta. 100+30.00 and end at 105+62.00. A cross section shall be cut for each of these stations). Slope lines shall be projected into the present layout sheets ☐ Cross sections shall be cut at a 50’ increment station before and after the station where proposed horizontal and/or vertical alignment changes begin and end. (Example: Proposed horizontal and/or vertical alignment changes start at Sta. 100+35.00 and end at 105+62.00. For accurate end area volumes, a cross section shall be cut at 100+00.00 and 106+00.00. There will not be any proposed elements shown on these cross sections) ☐ Cross sections shall be cut at the beginning and end of a superelevated section and include across section at the PC, PT, fully superelevated, reverse crown, and zero percent cross slope stations. The Designer shall check proposed drainage to ensure zero percent cross slope area is draining properly.

TDOT Documents and Tools 149   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 32 07/11/2019 ☐ Cross sections shall be cut at beginning and end of each proposed noise and/or retaining wall. ☐ Cross section shall match Geotechnical report and shall be checked against any updated Geotechnical information prior to field review and final submission (graded solid rock pads, temporary shoring, and other soil stabilization measures) ☐ Endwall and/or ditch treatments (rip-rap, turf reinforcement mat, dissipater, etc.) labeled with type, length, and width/thickness ☐ Existing and Proposed R.O.W. lines shall be projected onto the sheets ☐ Finished grade, cross slopes, side slopes, station and offset at the tie-in point with existing ground properly labeled ☐ Guardrail shown to match limits on proposed layout sheets including limits for guardrail earth pad ☐ Independent ditches, and/or special ditches shall be shown and labeled and included in end area quantities ☐ Intersecting roads shall be shown at the edge of pavement and labeled ☐ Median barrier shown if applicable ☐ Pavement thickness shall match pavement design so that earthwork quantity is correct ☐ Proposed retaining and/or noise walls shall be shown on the sheets ☐ Proposed utilities shall be projected onto the sheets if data is available ☐ Road names on each sheet shall match names shown on Present Layout Sheets ☐ Rock lines and catchments, rock pads and rock buttresses shall be shown, labeled, and reflected in earthwork calculations if applicable for all proposed treatment limits (undercutting, sinkholes, etc.) 96 - 106. SIDE ROAD CROSS SECTIONS ☐ Begin and end of bridge sections shall be shown and labeled “Bridge.” When running earthwork in GEOPAK, ensure that bridge sections are skipped and do not have fill quantities unless there is solid rock or similar material added under or around bridge section. ☐ Check end area totals on each cross section against grading quantity file produced by GEOPAK. Ensure end areas are shown for all types of material including rock if applicable. ☐ Check slope lines in plans after cross sections run. If there are areas where the slope line makes a significant change for only a short segment, look at the cross sections to see if a steeper slope can be used that is acceptable by Geotechnical Engineering Section. This shall also be checked in areas that will require only a small amount of R.O.W.to see if a change can avoid small amounts of R.O.W. acquisition. ☐ Cross sections shall be cut at 50’ increments. If the proposed changes start or end at an increment other than 50’, a cross section at that station shall be shown. (Example: Proposed horizontal and/or vertical alignment changes start at Sta. 100+30.00 and end at 105+62.00. A cross section shall be cut for each of these stations). Slope lines shall be projected into the proposed layout sheets. ☐ Cross sections shall be cut at a 50’ increment station before and after the station where proposed horizontal and/or vertical alignment changes begin and end. (Example: Proposed horizontal and/or vertical alignment changes start at Sta. 100+35.00 and end at 105+62.00. For accurate end area volumes, a cross section shall be cut at 100+00.00 and 106+00.00. There will not be any proposed elements shown on these cross sections).

150 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 33 07/11/2019 ☐ Cross sections shall be cut at the beginning and end of a superelevated section and include a cross section at the PC, PT, fully superelevated, reverse crown, and zero percent cross slope stations. The Designer shall check proposed drainage to ensure zero percent cross slope area is draining properly. ☐ Cross sections shall be cut at beginning and end of each proposed retaining wall. ☐ Cross section shall match Geotechnical report and shall be checked against any updated Geotechnical information prior to field review and final submission ☐ Endwall and/or ditch treatments (rip-rap, turf reinforcement mat, dissipater, etc.) labeled with type, length, and width/thickness ☐ Finished grade, cross slopes, side slopes, station and offset at the tie-in point with existing ground properly labeled ☐ Guardrail shown to match limits on proposed layout sheets including limits for guardrail earth pad ☐Independent ditches shall be shown and labeled and included in end area quantities ☐Intersecting roads shall be shown at the edge of pavement and labeled ☐Existing and Proposed R.O.W. lines shall be projected onto the sheets ☐Median Barrier shown if applicable ☐ Pavement thickness shall match pavement design so that earthwork quantity is correct ☐ Proposed retaining and/or noise walls shall be shown on the sheets ☐ Proposed utilities shall be projected onto the sheets if data is available ☐ Road names on each sheet shall match names shown on Present Layout sheets ☐ Rock lines and catchments, rock pads and rock buttresses shall be shown, labeled, and reflected in earthwork calculations if applicable T1, T2, T3-T50Z. TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN Note to Designer: Traffic Control Plans shall be listed Traffic Control in the index. However, the sheets shall be in the following order: T1. TRAFFIC PAVEMENT DROP OFF NOTES T2. TRAFFIC PHASING NOTES, LEGEND AND TABULATION T3 – T50Z. TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS ALL SHEETS ☐ Plans re-checked for accuracy and safety in all phases ☐ Plans reviewed with Regional Safety Coordinator or Regional Traffic Engineer (if necessary) T1. TRAFFIC PAVEMENT DROP OFF NOTES ☐ Traffic control notes and/or pavement edge drop-off notes T2. TRAFFIC PHASING NOTES, LEGEND AND TABULATION ☐ Construction phasing notes and stage construction details (as necessary)

TDOT Documents and Tools 151   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 34 07/11/2019 ☐ Quantities calculated to include all traffic control phases ☐ Tabulation block for construction signs, barricades, lights, temporary pavement marking details and temporary signals. Footnotes for tabulation block (add for clarity such as placement, to identify maintenance schedules or cycles, etc.) Check against footnotes on Estimated Quantities. ☐ Traffic legend block with all relevant symbols and items used T3-T50Z. TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS Traffic control phases shall coincide with erosion control phases. Note to Designer: Sheet Level Filter for Traffic Control layout sheets shall be set to Sheets- Traffic Control- for the design sheet file and all referenced files. ☐ Begin/End CONST. project limits labeled with construction project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “Const.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Begin/End R.O.W. project limits labeled with R.O.W. project numbers for federal (if applicable) and state project(s). Project limits must contain the word “R.O.W.” and be labeled with station and North/East coordinates (4 decimal places). (See Roadway Design Guidelines Chapter 1 for explanation of when to use interstate and county log miles.) ☐ Coordinate Notation (datum adjustment note above sheet title) ☐ Existing natural features and text (names of streams and receiving waters) ☐ Existing shoulders that will be used for traffic during construction shall be discussed with Pavement Design personnel to obtain information on type of material needed to effectively handle proposed traffic. Items for removal of existing shoulder and addition of material needed prior to traffic shall be added to the Estimated Quantities. The removal of existing shoulder and addition of new material shall also be noted in the traffic control staging notes. ☐ Lane closure details ☐ Median cross-over details if used as part of traffic control ☐ North arrow ☐ Proposed bridge linework and text (Begin and End Bridge stations) ☐ Proposed drainage systems (catch basins, manholes, storm sewer, junction boxes, endwalls, etc.) For proposed drainage systems that tie into existing drainage structures, the existing structure to remain in place shall be copied to the appropriate proposed level and labeled to remain in place. ☐ Proposed edge of pavement and shoulder lines shown. All transition lengths and widths for proposed edge of pavements and shoulders shall be labeled by station and offset for beginning and ending stations ☐ Proposed limits of construction stations labeled for mainline ☐ Proposed limit of paving labeled (clearly define station ranges that are overlay only and not full depth) ☐ Proposed limit of work added for special circumstances such as proposed signals beyond construction limits, construction of guardrail pad, etc. ☐ Proposed median openings linework and width labeled

152 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 35 07/11/2019 ☐ Proposed private drives, business entrances, and field entrances with centerlines, edges of pavement, and radii shown and labeled with mainline station, station for driveway limit of construction, and radius length of driveway centerline(if applicable). Label width and type of drive, side drain length, diameter, and endwall (if applicable). All elements shall match profiles for each. (no shading) ☐ Proposed road centerlines (mainline, side roads, haul roads, construction run-arounds and text). Label road name, full station ticks every 500’, half station ticks every 100’, and bearings (no curve data) ☐ Schematic detail for construction signs and placement ☐ Stage construction typical cross section details (as necessary within sheets) ☐ Standard Drawings referenced if used as detail ☐ Temporary culverts labeled as temporary with lengths and diameter ☐ Temporary signal details (as necessary) ☐ Temporary pavement marking details and/or removal of pavement striping (as necessary) ☐ Traffic control temporary devices (portable barrier wall, high visibility construction fence, barrels, temporary guardrail attenuator, flashing message boards, barricades, etc.) ☐ Traffic control temporary sign faces and text with vertical panels as needed ☐ Traffic flow areas added for clarity ☐ Work zone area patterned for each phase of construction IF THE ROAD IS TO BE CLOSED DURING CONSTRUCTION THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE ALSO APPLICABLE: ☐ City and/or county officials contacted by Project Development for verification of closure and to request updated contact name and number, if applicable ☐ If detour signs installed and maintained by State or County/City (include note on plans) ☐ If detour routes determined and maintained by State or County/City (include note on plans) ☐ If detour route is planned by TDOT, a detour map shall be shown with detour signs and barricades NON-ROADWAY PLAN SERIES For all non-Roadway Design Plan Series, the signature sheet shall be shown in the *-1 index. The naming convention for these signature sheets is shown below: DIVISION/SECTION SHEET NAME Roadway Design ROADWAY-SIGN1 Structures -Bridge BRIDGE-SIGN1 Geotechnical GEOTECH-SIGN1 Signal Design SIGNAL-SIGN1 Lighting Design LIGHTING-SIGN1 ITS ITS-SIGN1 Natural Stream Design NS-SIGN1 Structures – Retaining Wall R-SIGN1

TDOT Documents and Tools 153   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 36 07/11/2019 B-1. BRIDGE PLANS If proposed bridge(s) are in the project, sheets shall be completed by the Structures Division and the bridge plan sheet series should be provided to the Design Manager overseeing the project for insertion into the field review submittal packet for all applicable field reviews (Constructability, and/or Construction). The Structures Division shall seal the sheets for Construction submittal and follow the Construction letting turn-in submittal process. Files will be placed on FileNet and named according to FileNet Project Deliverables and Plan Sets document. The first sheet of the Bridge Plans, B-1, will contain an index for the rest of the sheets in the Bridge series, including the Bridge signature sheet. The estimated bridge quantities shall also be a part of the Bridge series. G-1. GEOTECHNICAL PLANS If Geotechnical information is in the project, sheets shall be completed by the Geotechnical Engineering Section and provided to the Design Manager overseeing the project for insertion into the field review plan packet for all applicable field reviews (Construction and/or Constructability). The Geotechnical Engineering or consultant shall seal the sheet for construction submittal and follow the Construction letting turn-in submittal process. Files will be placed on FileNet and named according to FileNet Project Deliverables and Plan Sets document. The first sheet of the Geotechnical plans, G-1, will contain an index for the rest of the sheets in the Geotechnical series, including the Geotech signature sheet. ITS-1. ITS PLANS If ITS elements are in the project, sheets shall be completed by the Traffic Operations Division and provided to the Design Manager overseeing the project for insertion into the field review plan packet for all applicable field reviews (Construction and/or Constructability). The Traffic Operations Division shall seal the sheet for Construction submittal and follow the Construction letting turn-in submittal process. Files will be placed on FileNet and named according to FileNet Project Deliverables and Plan Sets document. The first sheet of the ITS plans, ITS-1, will contain an index for the rest of the sheets in the ITS series. The estimated ITS quantities shall also be a part of the ITS series. L-1. LIGHTING PLANS If Lighting elements are in the project, sheets shall be completed by the Traffic Operations Division and provided to the Design Manager overseeing the project for insertion into the field review plan packet for all applicable field reviews (Construction and/or Constructability). The Traffic Operations Division shall seal the sheet for Construction submittal and follow the Construction letting turn-in submittal process. Files will be placed on FileNet and named according to FileNet Project Deliverables and Plan Sets document. The first sheet of the LIGHTING plans, L-1, will contain an index for the rest of the sheets in the Lighting series, including the Lighting signature sheet. The estimated lighting quantities shall also be a part of the Lighting series. The checklist below is for information only purposes: ☐ Applicable Notes

154 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST 9102/11/70 73 - TSNOC ☐ E stimated L ighting q uantities b lock with Item N umb er, Description, Unit and Q uantity filled in with TDOT approved items. ☐ F ootnotes (add for clarity such as placement, payment, or when used in multiple locations, etc., add to define when sub stitutions are acceptab le, and add to identify maintenance schedules or cycles, etc.) ☐ F ootnotes shall use numb ers and b e shown in numerical order. L etters from the alphab et shall not b e used. If possib le, when a footnote applies to several items such as erosion control, a b racket symb ol can b e used to show that one numb er applies to the entire group. NS-1. NATURAL STREAM DESIGN PLAN INDEX If a natural stream design is part of the proj ect, sheets shall b e completed and provided to the Design Manager overseeing the proj ect for insertion into the field review plan packet for all applicab le field reviews (C onstruction and/ or C onstructab ility). The E nvironmental Division shall the sheets for C onstruction sub mittal and follow the C onstruction letting turn-in sub mittal processThe first sheet of the N atural S tream Design plans, N S -1 , will contain an index for the rest of the sheets in the N atural S tream Design series, including the N atural S tream signature sheet. F iles will b e placed on F ileN et and named according to F ileN et Proj ect Deliverab les and Plan S ets document. The estimated natural stream design q uantities shall b e part of the N S series. R-1. RETAINING WALLS DETAILS If retaining walls are in the proj ect, sheets shall b e completed b y the S tructures Division and provided to the Design Manager overseeing the proj ect for insertion into the field review plan packet for all applicab le field reviews (C onstruction and/ or C onstructab ility). If a retaining wall design is part of the proj ect, sheets shall b e completed, sealed, and sub mitted for construction b y the S tructures Division. F iles will b e placed on F ileN et and named according to F ileN et Proj ect Deliverab les and Plan S ets document. The first sheet of the Retaining W all plans, R-1 , will contain an index for the rest of the sheets in the Retaining W all series, including the Retaining W all signature sheet. The estimated retaining wall q uantities shall b e part of the RW series. C OORDIN ATE W ITH TH E S TRUC TURE S DIV IS ION AN D G E OTE C H N IC AL E N G IN E E RIN G S E C TION OF TH E MATE RIAL S AN D TE S T DIV IS ION F OR G E OTE C H N IC AL DE S IG N N OTE S AN D RE Q UIRE ME N TS AN D S OIL PROF IL E S AN D DE TAIL S S H E E TS S ee the Retaining W all S ection of the Roadway Design G uidelines for information. Retaining W all (R) - E stimated Q uantities Retaining W all (R# ) - G eotechnical Design N otes and Req uirements Retaining W all (R# A) - G eometric L ayout Retaining W all (R# B ) - S oil Profiles and Details SIG-1. SIGNAL PLANS

TDOT Documents and Tools 155   CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 38 07/11/2019 If signals are in the project, sheets shall be completed by the Traffic Operations Division and provided to the Design Manager overseeing the project for insertion into the field review plan packet for all applicable field reviews (Construction and/or Constructability). The Traffic Operations Division shall seal the sheet for Construction submittal and follow the Construction letting turn-in submittal process. Files will be placed on FileNet and named according to FileNet Project Deliverables and Plan Sets document. The first sheet of the SIGNAL plans, SIG-1, will contain an index for the rest of the sheets in the Signal series, including the Signal signature sheet. The estimated signal quantities shall also be a part of the signal series. Item numbers and locations for signals temporarily moved during construction shall also be provided by the Traffic Operations Division. Note to Designer: The designer shall check the signal pole locations to ensure adequate R.O.W. is available, check for site distance issues, and utility, drainage, or similar conflicts. Pole location shall also be evaluated for any ADA compliance issues. The checklist below is for informational only purposes. ☐ Applicable Notes ☐ Estimated signal quantities block with Item Number, Description, Unit and Quantity filled in with TDOT approved items. ☐ Footnotes (add for clarity such as placement, payment, or when used in multiple locations, etc., add to define when substitutions are acceptable, and add to identify maintenance schedules or cycles, etc.) ☐ Footnotes shall use numbers and be shown in numerical order. Letters from the alphabet shall not be used. If possible, when a footnote applies to several items such as erosion control, a bracket symbol can be used to show that one number applies to the entire group. U1-1 – Utility Plans If relocated/proposed utilities in the project are part of the state contract, U1 series sheets shall be completed by the Regional Project Development Utilities section and provided to the Design Manager overseeing the project for insertion into the field review plan packet for all applicable field reviews (Construction and/or Constructability). Files will be placed on FileNet and named according to FileNet Project Deliverables and Plan Sets document. The Regional Utility Office shall seal the sheet for Construction submittal and follow the Construction letting turn-in submittal process. The first sheet of the Utility plans, U1-1, will contain an index for the rest of the sheets in the Utility series. The estimated utility quantities shall also be a part of the Utility series. The checklist below is for information only purposes. ☐ Estimated utilities quantity block with Item Number, Description, Unit and Quantity filled in with TDOT approved items ☐ Footnotes (add for clarity such as placement, payment, or when used in multiple locations, etc., add to define when substitutions are acceptable, and add to identify maintenance schedules or cycles, etc.)

156 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management CONSTRUCTION PLANS CHECKLIST CONST - 39 07/11/2019 ☐ Footnotes shall use numbers and be shown in numerical order. Letters from the alphabet shall not be used. If possible, when a footnote applies to several items such as erosion control, a bracket symbol can be used to show that one number applies to the entire group. FINAL PREPARATION OF PLANS ☐ Check PPRM for any changes to the construction project number on all construction plan sheets and project commitments ☐ Final Construction plans shall address all comments received at the Constructability Field review (if applicable), Construction Field Review, Final Review of plans and those received from the SWPPP Consultant and Roadway Design Division Quality Assurance Section. ☐ FileNet – Files defined in Chapter 1 of the Roadway Design Guidelines shall be placed on FileNet  Estimated Roadway Quantities Excel file oad a o tr ct o t ate.xlsx  Final design project folder ro ect o der.pdf  Sealed set of plans oad a o tr ct o .pdf  Zip file o tr ct o .zip ☐ Submit for Construction - Construction Distribution letter shall be sent via email to appropriate personnel as defined in Roadway Design Guidelines. The email shall also include the Estimated Roadway Quantities Excel file ( o tr ct o t ate.xlsx) and Grading Quantity file ( rad a t t e .pdf). ote to e er e era Interchange/Intersection deta are o t t e tat o ra e o t e a e t e p a . o e er add t o a eet are eeded eca e o t e co p e t o t e terc a e ter ect o or t a ro da o t t e a e c eck ed or . . . eta re e t a o t ropo ed a o t a d ro e a e ed. e propo ed co to r eet or t e e ect o a a o e addre ed to e re t at t e rade et ee t e terc a e ter ect o a d a e t e to et er t o po d t e rad ret r etc.

TDOT Documents and Tools 157   TDOT Construction Plans Submittal Approval: is is an approval form that has attached project plans. e form is circulated to all TDOT divisions to receive each division’s approval of the attached project plans before the project is scheduled for a bid letting. Construction Plans Submittal Approval F orm Page 1 CONSTRUCTION P L A N S S U B M I T T A L A P P R O V A L TO: Construction ( HQ ) TDOT.HQ .Construction@ tn.gov District Operations: Choose District Environmental Coordinator ( R egional) : Choose R egion Environmental Division: TDOT.Env.NEP A@ tn.gov TDOT.Env.M itigation@ tn.gov TDOT.Env.P ermits@ tn.gov Geotechnical Engineering Section: TDOT.Geotech@ tn.gov Operations Director ( R egional) : Choose R egion R ight-of-Way Director ( HQ ) : TDOT.HQ .R OW@ tn.gov R ight-of-Way Office ( R egional) : Choose R egion R oadway Design Division TDOT.Q ualityAssurance@ tn.gov Structures Division: If plans include Structures TDOT.Structures@ tn.gov If plans include R etaining Walls TDOT.StructuresR W@ tn.gov Traffic Operations Division: If plans include ITS TDOT.TrafficOps.ITS-R eviews@ tn.gov If plans include Signals and/or lighting TDOT.TrafficOps.SNL -R eviews@ tn.gov If plans include Signs TDOT.TrafficOps.Sign-R eviews@ tn.gov U tility Office ( R egional) : Choose R egion FROM: P roj ect Development Employee DATE: Click here to enter a date. SUBJ ECT: COU NTY : P IN: P R OJ ECT NO.: P R OJ ECT DESCR IP TION: L ETTING DATE: This letter is a request for all divisions to approval the subj ect proj ect plans to be in the Click here to enter a date. letting. The Construction F ield R eview R eport is attached for reference. P lans shall be reviewed concurrently by each division, the signature page signed by each division, scanned, and emailed back to me at * .* @ tn.gov by Click here to enter a date. If you deny that the plans are ready for letting, please provide comments in the email describing discrepancies or other outstanding issues that will not allow the proj ect to be let as scheduled. A P DF has been uploaded on F ileNet with the name nnnnnn-nn- F inalConstructionP lansR eview.pdf. The P ortfolio plan set consists of the following: ☐ nnnnnn-nn-Bridge.pdf ☐ nnnnnn-nn-Geotech.pdf ☐ nnnnnn-nn-ITS.pdf ☐ nnnnnn-nn-L ighting.pdf ☐ nnnnnn-nn-NaturalStreamDesign.pdf ☐ nnnnnn-nn-R etainingWall.pdf ☐ nnnnnn-nn-Signals.pdf ☐ nnnnnn-nn-U tility.pdf

158 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management Construction Plans Submittal Approval Form Page 2 ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable Construction (HQ) Date District Operations Date Environmental Coordinator (Regional): Date Environmental Division (M) Date Environmental Division (NEPA) Date Environmental Division (Permits) Date

TDOT Documents and Tools 159   Construction Plans Submittal Approval Form Page 3 ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable ☐ Approve ☐ Deny ☐ Not Applicable Geotechnical Engineering Section Date Operations Director (Regional) Date Right-of-Way Director (HQ) Date Roadway Design Division (ADA and Work Zone) Date Roadway Design Division (Pavement Design) Date Roadway Design Division (Quality Assurance/Control) Date Structures Division Date Traffic Operations Division Date

160 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management Construction Plans Submittal Approval Form Page 4 Purpose: T h e T DOT Construction Plans S ubmittal Approval f orm is a communication tool to ensure all req uired T DOT Divisions h ave review ed th e f inal set of plans prior to sealing and submitting f or L etting. T h is set sh ould include updates f rom comments at th e Construction F ield Review . T h e T DOT Construction Plans S ubmittal Approval f orm sh all be completed and distributed by th e Proj ect Development Engineer of Record or th e Proj ect Development employee w h o is managing th e consultant proj ect. F or th e I nstructions below , th is person w ill be ref erred to as Proj ect Development Employee. T DOT Construction Plans S ubmittal Approval Procedures: 1. To download the most current Construction Plans Submittal Approval form  Go to https://www.tn.gov/tdot/roadway-design/design-standards/design-guidelines.html  Under Referenced Documents, click on the Construction Plans Submittal Delay form.  Save the form to your PC with appropriate project file name: nnnnnn-nn-ConstructionPlansSubmittalApproval. 2. At the Construction Field Review, the Project Development employee will note the contact for each Division responsible for sealing and turning in final plans. These names will be added to the Construction Field Review Report and serve as the contacts for requests for final plans submittals. 3. The Project Development employee will contact each divisional contact as described in step 2 and request plans are completed by a the date specified and uploaded by the divisional contact to FileNet or another option of their choice. Each division submitting plans sh all caref ully review th eir plans to ensure th at all ch anges w ere made f rom th e Constructability and/ or Construction F ield Review and conf irm th e complete set is loaded on or bef ore th e date specif ied by th e Proj ect Development employee. Plans do not h ave to be sealed. Once plans h ave been uploaded, th ose divisions w ill notif y Proj ect Development. T h e plans sh all be named as sh ow n: nnnnnn-nn-Bridge.pdf nnnnnn-nn-Geotech.pdf nnnnnn-nn-ITS.pdf nnnnnn-nn-Lighting.pdf nnnnnn-nn-NaturalStreamDesign.pdf nnnnnn-nn-RetainingWall.pdf nnnnnn-nn-Signals.pdf nnnnnn-nn-Utility.pdf 4. The Project Development employee will download each divisions set of plans and combine into one PDF Portfolio that consists of each applicable section as shown in step 3. The PDF Portfolio shall be named nnnnnn-nn-FinalConstructionReview.pdf and placed on FileNet. 5. After the plans have been placed on FileNet, The Project Development employee will complete the Construction Plans Submittal Approval Form and email those listed on the form. T h e email sh all be tagged as High I mportance. The subject line shall read: U tility Of f ice (Regional) Date

TDOT Documents and Tools 161   Construction Plans Submittal Approval Form Page 5 Region X , County Name, Proj ect Description (as sh ow n in PPRM), F ederal Proj ect Number, S tate Proj ect Number, PI N nnnnnn- nn, Const. Plans S ubmittal Approval 6 . E ach division shall review the complete set of plans to ensure all of their concerns noted at the construction field review were addressed. E ach division shall mark up the plans. If mark-ups are minor, the plans shall be noted as Approved, signature added, scanned, and sent back with the email including comments/sheets that need to be addressed. If there were major change from the field review that affect the budget or constructability of the project that were not addressed or there are outstanding issues such as railroad agreements, permits, R.O .W. acquisition, etc. the plans should be Denied, signature added, scanned, and sent back with the email noting the major concerns. If a division is not involved in a project, Not Applicable should be checked, signature added, scanned, and sent back via email. E ach division should send their response back to the Project Development employee by the date specified in the form to the email address noted in the form. T h e email sh all be tagged as High I mportance. The subject line shall read: Region X , County Name, Proj ect Description (as sh ow n in PPRM), F ederal Proj ect Number, S tate Proj ect Number, PI N nnnnnn- nn, Const. Plans (Approved, Denied, or Not Applicable) 7 . For projects that are Approved for letting submittal, the Project Development employee shall email TDO T.PDSO @ tn.gov and state that the subject project has been approved and placed in the first letting Distribution list. The email should carbon copy their director. The subject line shall read: Region X , County Name, Proj ect Description (as sh ow n in PPRM), F ederal Proj ect Number, S tate Proj ect Number, PI N nnnnnn- nn, Approved Plans f or L etting 8 . For projects that are Denied for letting submittal, the Project Development employee shall email TDO T.PDSO @ tn.gov and state that the subject project has been denied and should not be placed in the scheduled Letting, specify a projected letting date, and complete step 9 . The subject line shall read: Region X , County Name, Proj ect Description (as sh ow n in PPRM), F ederal Proj ect Number, S tate Proj ect Number, PI N nnnnnn- nn, Denied Plans f or L etting 9 . For projects that are Denied, the Project Development employee shall complete the Construction Plans Submittal Delay form. Please see the Construction Plans Submittal Delay form for further directions. 10 . All email correspondence for approved, denied, and not applicable submittals shall be maintained by Project Development.

162 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management TDOT Construction Plans Submittal Delay: e Construction Plans Submittal Delay form is to be lled out by the project-development employee when the construction plans will not make the scheduled letting because one or more TDOT divisions chose to deny that the plans are ready for construction submittal. 1 CONSTRUCTION P L A N S S U B M I T T A L D E L A Y This Construction P lans Submittal Delay form shall be filled out by the P roj ect Development Employee when the Construction P lans will not make the scheduled letting because one or more TDOT divisions chose to Deny that the plans are ready for Construction Submittal. *Project Development Employee County: PIN: Project Number: State Federal Project Description: Letting Date: Original Proposed Date Click here to enter a date. Click here to enter a date. * The P roj ect Development Employee is the P roj ect Development Engineer of R ecord or the P roj ect Development employee who is managing the consultant proj ect. See next page for missing information, sheets, or estimates. Attach all emails of those who denied plans were ready for construction submittal.

TDOT Documents and Tools 163   2 The following plan sheets and/or estimates are incomplete; therefore, the Construction plans will not be submitted for the Click here to enter a date. letting. Proj ect Development (Manager Name) ☐ Roadway Plan Sheets ☐ Signed Construction Traffic M anagement Plan ☐ E stimated Roadway Q uantities E x cel File Environmental (Manager Name(s)) ☐ M itigation Plans ☐ Natural Stream Design ☐ SWPPP Plans Materials and T est (Manager Name) ☐ Soil Sheets Roadw ay Design (HQ)(Manager Name(s)) ☐ ADA and State Traffic Work Z one Comments ☐ Pavement Design ☐ Q A/Q C Comments S tructures (Manager Name(s)) ☐ Bridge Sheets ☐ Retaining Wall( s) Designed Sheets ☐ E stimates Q uantities E x cel File ( Bridge and/or Retaining Wall) T raf f ic Operations (Manager Name(s)) ☐ ITS Sheets ☐ Lighting Sheets ☐ Signal Sheets ☐ E stimates Q uantities E x cel File ( ITS, Lighting, and/or Signal) U tilities (Manager Name(s)) ☐ Utility Sheets ☐ E stimates Q uantities E x cel File ( Sent to Project Development if Applicable)

164 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management 3 Purpose: T h e Construction S ubmittal Plans Delay f orm is a communication tool to alert upper level management th at proj ects w ill not mak e a sch eduled letting. T h e Construction S ubmittal Plans Delay f orm sh all be completed and distributed by th e Proj ect Development Engineer of Record or th e Proj ect Development employee w h o is managing th e consultant proj ect. F or th e I nstructions below , th is person w ill be ref erred to as Proj ect Development Employee. W h en th e Proj ect Development employee receives one or more denials on th e Construction Plans S ubmittal Approval document, th e Construction Plans S ubmittal Delay f orm must be completed. Procedures f or completing and submitting th e Construction Plans S ubmittal Delay f orm: 1. To download the most current Construction Plans Submittal Delay form  Go to https://www.tn.gov/tdot/roadway-design/design-standards/design- guidelines.html  Under Referenced Documents, click on the Construction Plans Submittal Delay form.  Save the form to your PC with appropriate project file name: nnnnnn-nn-ConstructionPlansSubmittalDelay. 2. Project Development employee will perform the following tasks:  Complete the Construction Plans Submittal Delay form by noting incomplete Divisional sheets and/or estimates that are not correct or complete as noted in correspondence by those who denied Construction Plans Submittal. The manager of each division assigned to the project shall also be noted.  Send the completed form to Will Reid at and J eff J ones at and tag the email as H igh Importance. Carbon copy TDO T.Design@ tn.gov in the email.  Attach correspondence/emails received by divisions who denied the plans for Construction submittal. Place a copy of the form in the project folder. For email correspondence, the subject line shall be the following: Region X , County Name, Proj ect Description (as sh ow n in PPRM), F ederal Proj ect Number, S tate Proj ect Number, PI N nnnnnn- nn, Construction Plans S ubmittal Delay

TDOT Documents and Tools 165   TDOT PDF of HOT Brochure: This is a copy of a 2-page brochure that TDOT produced explaining the hands-on training developed for safe quick-clearance practices.

H.O.T. Brochure 1

H.O.T. Brochure 2

168 Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management TDOT Risk Assessment Tool: This is an Excel-based risk assessment tool that is used to iden- tify, assess, manage, and track the status of mitigation of risks to roadway plans that could affect the quality, cost, and schedule of delivering projects. This tool can be found at www.NAP.edu by searching for “Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management.”

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The AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management, published in 2016, defines enterprise risk management as “the formal and systematic effort to control uncertainty and variability on an organization’s strategic objectives by managing risks at all levels of the organization.”

The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Research Report 986: Implementation of the AASHTO Guide for Enterprise Risk Management documents how several state departments of transportation are adopting risk management principles and practices.

Supplemental to the report are a presentation, a risk assessment tool, a Washington State Department of Transportation budget template, and a video of a webinar by the project team.

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